The InnoHealth team talked to researchers and entrepreneurs of the healthcare research sector in Germany. These experts - engaged in institutions and companies - presented their experiences in cooperation between business and science, their thoughts about the initiatve Research in Germany and the campaign InnoHealth.
As Director of Political and International Affairs of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Prof. Frank Treppe shows essential facts and figures about the activities and structures of Fraunhofer. He gives an overview of the cooperation between science and business as well. Doing so, he values the activities of Research in Germany and InnoHealth Australia.
Prof. Dr. Frauke Alves, Max-Planck Institute for Experimental Medicine and University Medical Center in Göttingen is expert in translational and molecular imaging, mainly in oncology and inflamatory disease. That's her interview with InnoHealth Australia:
Wolfgang Gröting, Head of Indoor Technologies and Integration at Fraunhofer-inHaus-Center in Duisburg is answering three key questions about his experience in applied healthcare research, as well as about international collaboration within such campaigns as Research in Germany and InnoHealth Australia. You will get even more information about the institute's assets and about Germany's role in technological innovation and international networking.
Dr. Sven Meister, Head of Department Digitization in HealthCare at Fraunhofer-Institute for Software and Systems Engineering ISST, is also responsible for E-Health and Hospital Engineering at Fraunhofer-inHaus-Center in Duisburg where InnoHealth Australia conducted the interview. Dr. Meister describes the development of innovative processes and products considering the needs of users and industry.
Jörg Trinkwalter, member of the Executive Board at Medical Valley Erlangen, gives an insight into his professional cosmos talking about the key activities of Medical Valley, advantages and results of collaboration between science and business and international networking in healthcare research.