is one of the new 15 finalists of the BMBF open-topic nationwide competition, which will provide up to €45 million in funding for each cluster over 9 years to strengthen knowledge and technology transfer by fostering optimal collaboration among different actors from academia, industry and society in a region.
Join us to develop a successful cluster strategy and contribute to create a novel biomedical AI innovation ecosystem for the implementation of cell-based medicine in Berlin-Brandenburg!
If you are excited about developing and applying
single-cell technologies, personalized disease models and AI/machine learning to revolutionize healthcare,
join a growing network of universities, research institutions, large enterprises, SMEs/start-ups, investors, foundations, patient organizations, policy makers, etc.
Don’t miss this first opportunity to become actively involved in the cluster development and
- get informed about the upcoming launch of the Open Call for R&D project sketches
- network across sectors to start new industry/academia collaborations
- present your tech transfer interests and spin-off ideas
The meeting will be hosted by the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC) with the support of Berlin Partner for business and technology. It will be a hybrid event at the Berlin Institute for Medical Systems Biology (BIMSB, MDC Berlin-Mitte) and will do our best to host the maximum of attendees allowed at that time!
We are very much looking forward to a day full of excellent innovation ideas, fruitful networking & discussions and your contributions!
The Virchow 2.0 cluster core team
Nikolaus Rajewsky (speaker), Tim Conrad, Angelika Eggert, Thomas Gazlig, Marie Vidal
Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine
in the Helmholtz Association
Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Rajewsky
Dr. Marie Vidal
Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin (Charité)
Prof. Dr. Angelika Eggert
Berlin Institute of Health (BIH)
Thomas Gazlig, Direktor BIH Innovations
Berlin Institute for the Foundations of Learning and
represented by Zuse-Institut Berlin (ZIB)
Prof. Dr. Tim Conrad