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Health & Life Sciences

Denmark has emerged as a world leader in life sciences and health care, and recently launched an ambitious growth strategy for life sciences. As part of this goal, Denmark sees Texas as an important partner with a similar ambitious strategic regional initiative, the Texas Medical Center (TMC) – the world’s largest medical city. Texas, known for oil and gas, holds great opportunity for Denmark to transfer knowledge and create opportunities within Danish healthcare innovation and research.

 TMC Skyline Houston

Texas is home to more than 3,900 life science and research firms. Texas Medical Center is the world's largest medical complex and also has the world's largest children's hospital as well as the world's largest cancer hospital. $1.3 bn. was invested by venture capitalists from 2008-2013 while Texas public institutions of higher education spent nearly $2.5 bn. in 2014 alone on medical and life science research. In the fall of 2015, Texas ranked third nationally for number of clinical trials while the state is home to nine medical schools and holds the second-highest number of hospitals only surpassed by California. 

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Thursday, September 19, 2019, 9.00 a.m - 1.00 p.m at TMC Third Coast, 6550 Bertner Avenue, Sixth Floor, Houston, Texas 77030
The Patient Journey Starts at Home - Improving the patient experience with wayfinding and positioning technology - A Round Table Discussion
The Consulate General of Denmark in collaboration with leading wayfinding and navigation experts, MapsPeople, Pointr and SaniNudge, have the pleasure of inviting you to a roundtable discussion.

Christina Clark, Consulate General of Denmark, Houston,

October 1-2, Denmark – TMC BioBridge Delegation & Signing Visit to Denmark
Texas Medical Center (TMC) leadership, hospital and medical school representatives, including MD Anderson Cancer Center, Baylor College of Medicine, and Texas Children’s Hospital (TBC), will tour Denmark and sign a formal agreement between Denmark and TMC to collaborate on research, innovation and commercialization. 

There will be an opportunity to learn about TMC, the world’s largest medical city with more than 60 hospitals and medical institutions. Danish digital health and medical device startups will have the opportunity to pitch and be considered for the TMCx Accelerator program for which Denmark has secured a spot as part of the BioBridge agreement. Subject to application and acceptance by the program. 

 Christina Clark, Consulate General of Denmark, Houston,  
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Contact Information

Christina Brinch Clark

Senior Commercial Advisor

Health & Life Sciences

Tel.: +1 (832) 660-6496