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A key aspect that makes the Medicon Valley so appealing is its unique wealth of biomedical and health data. Microbiome researchers based in the cluster can potentially access a combination of biobanks and cohort studies that are seemingly unmatched throughout the world.
For the relatively new field of microbiome research, not much was known about the work being done in the region before the Microbiome Signature Project. Now, within two years, the region’s microbiome research has been extensively mapped, companies and research talent in the field were actively being drawn from all over the globe to the area, and it was the site for a new international microbiome summit.
Medicon Valley has been recognised for decades as the leading life science cluster in the Nordic region. Yet, a new type of company is being drawn to open offices and launch projects in the area — thanks to a new development in its reputation.
Out of the many people taking the stage during Medicon Valley Microbiome Pitch Day, one won’t be pitching their company. Jakob Krause Haaber, PhD will instead be showcasing SNIPR Biome’s journey and accomplishments.
The Microbiome Signature Project: Project Outcomes and Future Outlook event will take place on 7 June in Ørestad, Denmark. Here, you will take part of the results from the three-year project but also from a recent study about microbiome research papers and successful microbiome hubs.