SDU Health Informatics and Technology (HIT) has a long and successful history of collaboration with companies focusing on the development of novel health technology (e.g. through Patient@home).
SDU HIT is a central partner in the South Danish Health Ecosystem, which also includes Center for Innovative Medical Technology at Odense University Hospital, Health Innovation Centre of Southern Denmark, WelfareTech and Danish Technological Institute.
SDU HIT is currently involved in the following collaboration projects:
Partners: The Mads Clausen Institute at the University of Southern Denmark, Kiel University, University of Lübeck, WelfareTech, Centre for Innovative Medical Technology and Stryker
Supported by: Interreg and Syddansk Vækstforum
Contact: Trine S. Winther
Partners: Odense Technical Highschool, Seden Elementary School, Health Innovation Centre of Southern Denmark, The Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Welfare Technology, at the University of Southern Denmark, Steno Diabetes Center Odense, The Children in the Robot City, Odense Municipality, the Children and Youth Administration, Invest in Odense, Odense Municipality, the Mayor's Administration
Supported by: Region of Southern Denmark Educational Pool 2019
Contact: Palle Hermansen