In response to Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation’s recent funding announcement of SEK 3.1 billion to advance Data-Driven Life Science, naming SciLifeLab the main host, SciLifeLab is organizing a Live Update webinar to inform about the aims of this effort.
You will learn more about the planned effort, implications of DDLS for Swedish life science, and how this initiative brings together universities, SciLifeLab, WCMM, and many other key players in the field.
If you have any questions or would like to give your input on the DDLS program, you are welcome to submit it either via the form below or during the event using the Q&A webinar tool. Answers to the most frequently asked questions will be posted on the SciLifeLab DDLS webpage after the webinar
The webinar is held in English and will also be recorded for later viewing.
Moderator: Sandra Falck, External relations, SciLifeLab Operations Office
Sandra Falck, KTH External relations, SciLifeLab Operations Office
Carl-Henrik Heldin, Chair of SciLifeLab Board
DDLS – KAW donation, motivation & expectations
Göran Sandberg and Siv Andersson, Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation (KAW)
DDLS – National perspective and implications
Gunilla Westergren- Thorsson, LU, Director Wallenberg Centre for Molecular Medicine (WCMM) Lund and Chair of the National SciLifeLab Committee
DDLS – The future of life science: SciLifeLab perspective
Olli Kallioniemi, Director of SciLifeLab
Discussion and Q&A
Sandra Falck and all panelists
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