Sweden's Lund University launching incubator for digital health startups

Sweden's Lund University is forming a med tech accelerator with an emphasis on digital health. "Lund is one of the best places in the world for this type of accelerator," said Stefan Mossberg, initiator and founder of partner accelerator Healthy Habits. "Cutting-edge expertise from international ICT companies as well as representatives from the life sciences and the Swedish healthcare system can all be found here. Lund University has a strong tradition in the life sciences with world-class research. Now we want to help teams with drive and passion that want to build new companies at the interface between ICT and the life sciences. At the same time, we create value for industries that can become involved at an early stage, follow the progress of our projects and establish contacts with exciting companies." Release

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