On the behalf of the entire consortium, Thank you!
|Karine Baudin, Coordinator of ENTENTE|
|ENTENTE, this EC funded initiative started in September 2012 and was willing to build up a community of Technology Transfer Professionals in Health within different sectors (academia, SMEs, VCs, Pharmas etc...).|
One year later, we are happy to say that you are more than 300 members looking at our Best Practices, Success Stories and willing to participate at our Professional Exchange Programme and we are delighted to see our work being recognized as a major achievement for some of you.
Our hope is that we will continue providing valuable content and propose useful initiatives to the Tech Transfer Community in order to strengthen knowledge transfer and promote transnational collaboration between industry and academia.
|PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE PROGRAMME|
|The ENTENTE Professional Exchange Programme provides a unique opportunity for all European stakeholders in healthcare innovation to actively contribute at no cost, to developing the capacity for healthcare innovation and academia-industry collaboration.|
Since the start of the project 2 calls of the ENTENTE Professional Exchange Programme have been closed. Out of this two calls more than 50 candidates have applied. 7exchanges have been done and 11 are to be done in some of the most renowned organizations working in the Tech Transfer field such as Ascenion, MRCT, NIH TTO, SROne or Novartis Venture Fund among others.
|FIRST CALL'S TESMONIALS|
|The ENTENTE staff exchange program represents for me an unique opportunity to improve my skills, learn to use new tools and expand my contact book|
|The ENTENTE Topics section presents a wide range of Best practices and Success Stories.|
The Best practices provide information on practices, methods or tools used in the Knowledge Transfer process and explain how, when and why these are used.
The Success stories either highlight outstanding examples of how academic health research contributed to the successful introduction of new products and services in the market, or illustrate how a particular problem in the Knowledge Transfer process was resolved in a creative and effective way.