Part of the MultiPark mission involves stimulating research towards generating innovative solutions - products, services, methods or treatments - that can contribute financially to society. We continuously support exciting projects with commercial merits that have a chance of benefitting patients in the shorter time span.
Through broad calls for new innovations, across the scientific spectrum, the MultiPark Innovation Group supports the innovative spirit throughout the research area. By casting a wide net for proposals the group receive calls that cover everything from basic technologies to new clinical methods. The Innovation Group, takes on a mentoring role in the projects awarded funds by MultiPark.
Innovation Support - Verification Support for Innovations within MultiPark
Do you have research results that could lead to an exciting innovation? MultiPark has verification funds to support projects with commercializable merits, i.e. products, services, methods or treatments. If you think that you have a good idea and need funds to realize your project, contact tomas [dot] deierborg [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se (Tomas Deierborg).
Tomas Deierborg (Chair)
Associate Professor, Neuroinflammation, Room nr: BMC B1107c
Email: Tomas [dot] Deierborg [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se
Assistant Professor, Molecular Neuromodulation Unit, Room nr: BMC A1041
Email: Tomas [dot] Bjorklund [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se
Professor, Experimental Dementia Research, Room nr: BMC B1123c
Email: Gunnar [dot] Gouras [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se
Guest Professor, Department of Clinical Chemistry and Pharmacology, Room nr: F2-12-017, Hs 32
Lars [dot] Grundemar [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se
Business developer, LU Innovation, Room nr: O306B, Hs 11
Email: Simon [dot] Jegou [at] innovation [dot] lu [dot] se
Professor, Department of Electrical Measurements, Room nr: BMC C1313b
Email: Thomas [dot] Laurell [at] bme [dot] lth [dot] se
Senior scientist, Developmental and Regenerative Neurobiology, BMC A11
Email: daniella [dot] ottosson [at] med [dot] lu [dot] se