Now is the best time to explore different opportunities! You graduated, and you’re starting the process of closing a chapter of your life. Some are taking it slowly while others already set their goals for a position in mind. I was discussing it with friends on the advantage of sharing previous Master’s in Biomedicine alumni… Read More Interviewing an MSc in Biomedicine alumni: Startup, industry, or academia?
Whether you come from a medical background, engineering background, or business background – the word innovation will certainly come up in your field. Innovation can mean different things to people such as coming up with better solutions, being creative or invent something original that “breaks into” the market or society. Coming from a biomedical background, I have… Read More What does healthcare innovation mean to you?
One of the best advantages about studying Biomedicine at KI is getting the chance to attend conferences. During the summer, I received an email from my previous BSc course leader that they needed volunteers for the Nordic Life Science (NLS) Days conference. NLSDays is the biggest life science event in the Nordic region. It is… Read More My Nordic Life Science experience
What do a dating site, a virtual doctor and a wifi sharing app have in common??? They were all formed at SUP 46- a big start up hub in Stockholm. If your planning on coming to Stockholm you probably already know Stockholm is recognised as one of the hottest start ups in Europe. If not, you… Read More SUP 46 and why even introverts will enjoy networking in Sweden.
In order to learn more about another company founded be recent Karolinska graduates we will transfer ourselves to Aachen, a University City in Germany and home to aquila biolabs, a young German biotech company that was founded by my classmates Jens Bayer and Daniel Grünes, together with two experienced scientists from the RWTH Aachen University. The… Read More KI Entrepreneurs: Company “aquila biolabs”.