Welcome to AIMday Diabetes

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We have the pleasure of inviting you to AIMday Diabetes on Monday 26 September, 2016.

AIMday Diabetes brings academic scientists, clinicians, and company representatives together for discussions around improved prevention, diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of diabetes, including risk factors and associated complications.

During AIMday Diabetes, specific questions from companies and health care organizations will be discussed with academic experts in smaller parallel workshops, with the aim to find a pathway to a solution in the form of new knowledge, ideas, and perspectives that can be developed/evaluated further in collaboration projects.

AIMday Diabetes will take place at the Clinical Research Centre (CRC), Jan Waldenströms gata 35, Malmö.

Registration of questions from industry and health care organisations is open 1 March – 13 May.

Registration for academic scientists will be open 23 May – 9 September.

We look forward to welcoming you to this event to discuss specific challenges in diabetes.

Travel grants

Are available for academic scientists based outside Region Skåne. Please contact thomas.gunnarsson@med.lu.se if you would like to apply for this.

Registration for all participants is free of charge.

Pre-study funding

Parties interested in initiating a collaboration at the end of each workshop can apply for pre-study funding. Up to 50,000 SEK can be applied for, intended to cover costs for literature studies, project planning, initial experiments, meetings, travel, or other activities required to initiate a collaboration project.

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the AIMday team by emailing thomas.gunnarsson@med.lu.se.


AIMday Diabetes is arranged by Lund University Diabetes Centre with support from SWElife and Medeon Science Park.


The Medeon Day 2016 will be arranged in conjunction with AIMday Diabetes. It will take place in the CRC Auditorium at 13:00-17:00. The theme will be Innovation in Diabetes. Follow the link for more information www.medeon.se

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