Learn to do innovation for healthcare. 10 months of full time learning with a stipend.
Ansøgningsfrist 15. marts 2023
As a BioMedical Design fellow, you will add meaning to your career and unfold your professional curiosity in a team with engaged and talented colleagues.
You will work in teams of 3-4 people with both design-, STEM-backgrounds, and healthcare professionals.
Through observations made in hospital departments in Denmark you will identify needs and validate them through health data and statistics to be able to build sustainable products, that can be implemented in hospital care. Our experienced lecturers and mentors will train you in exploring the innovation process and eventually you can build your own start-up, or use your new skills in your current job.
We need curious and creative people with a background in design, healthcare, engineering, business, and IT. You need to thrive with a steep learning curve and to have the motivation to succeed and create results in a collaboration with others. Our learning environment is characterized by strong social bonds and togetherness.
We’re now open for applications and deadline is 15th of March 2023.
The BioMedical Design programme begins in September. It is full time and stipend paid.
16 seats are available with an equal distribution between our Aarhus and Copenhagen offices.
All teaching is in English.
Learn more at biomedicaldesign.dk and for any questions you might have feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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About us Our goal is to empower and launch healthcare inventors to create value for future healthcare through this continuing learning program. With a BioMedical Design background, you get the chance to work in the intersection between the health sector, universities, and the life science industry. Our offices are based in Aarhus and Copenhagen, and if you’re accepted into the programme you will have to count in travel time between our sites and to hospital wards in Denmark. The programme is managed in collaboration by the Health Faculties at Aarhus University and University of Copenhagen.
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