The Luxembourg BioHealth Cluster aims to strengthen and capitalise on the national strategy developed by Luxembourg’s government to achieve scientific excellence in molecular diagnostics, the cornerstone of personalised medicine.

Its members are R&D companies, public research organisations, laboratories, hospitals and other actors (patients associations, service and capital providers, etc.) whose activities are related to health sciences and technologies.

The main focus of the Cluster is personalised medicine, an area in which Luxembourg has identified niche areas of expertise where the country has strong potential to be competitive at a global level: digital health, neurodegenerative diseases, molecular diagnostics and immune-oncology.

Objectives:

–   reinforcing and capitalising on Luxembourg’s national strategy to achieve scientific excellence in molecular diagnostics

–   enhance Luxembourg’s reputation as a recognised and attractive environment for biomedical research, development, innovation (RDI) and business.

–   support the community, help members find new opportunities for advancement here in Luxembourg and abroad, and work with them to articulate their needs and their challenges at a national level.

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CLINNOVA kick-off: towards a Centre of Excellence in Digital Health and Personalised Healthcare

12-10-2017

A consortium coordinated by the Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR), together with partners including LIH and IBBL - Integrated BioBank of Luxembourg as well as the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) at the University of Luxembourg, has been successful in Phase 1 of the European Commission’s H2020 programme TEAMING.
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Call for biomedical research projects in Luxembourg

05-09-2017

The call is open to Luxembourg-based clinicians and researchers working in different biomedical institutions and must include investigators from at least two of the five PMC institutes. Priority will be given to novel and innovative projects which are trans-disciplinary. All application forms should be completed and submitted to pmc@ibbl.lu by 15 October 2017.
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Modeling the brain with “Lego bricks”

16-06-2017

Researchers from the University of Luxembourg, in cooperation with the University of Strasbourg, have developed a computational method that could be used to guide surgeons during brain surgery.
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Research dedicated to life

08-06-2017

The Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH) published its activity report 2016, an opportunity to look back on a scientifically active and fruitful year, serving health and healthcare.
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26 October 2017

Do you speak Open Science?

Esch-sur-Alzette (Luxembourg)

Research is becoming progressively more open, transparent and accessible to society. Open Science is all about making publications free to access (Open Access), rendering data and code available to re-use and share (Open Data, Open Source) and changing towards more transparent and collaborative practices. Read more

26 October 2017

FiKoM

Zweibrücken (DE)

Die Firmenkontaktmesse FiKoM ist eine Veranstaltung der Hochschule Kaiserslautern. Read more

27 October 2017

H2020 Day

Esch-sur-Alzette (Luxembourg)

The European Commission is releasing next month the last work programmes covering the final years of Horizon, from 2018 to 2020. Luxinnovation and the European funding team invite you to this unique event in Luxembourg where our experts will present these new opportunities in detail. Read more

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