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About Sahlgrenska School of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Sahlgrenska School of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (SSIE) is a complete academic environment at Sahlgrenska Academy and University of Gothenburg.

SSIE bridges academia, society, government and healthcare through active participation and development in education, research and innovation activities. Our goals are to develop people, tools, and projects that deliver the capabilities to create value in the healthcare and life science sectors in the context of an emerging knowledge-based economy.

SSIE currently educates students, researchers, and professionals through specific courses and a complete master's program on Business Creation and Entrepreneurship in Biomedicine. Our pedagogy is interdisciplinary and action-based, incorporating areas of management, law, economics, technology, design, and life science to address modern challenges through real innovations projects together with partner organizations. Each year, SSIE conducts over 30 innovation projects in the field of healthcare and life science with the aim to prepare a new generation of highly talented leaders, deliver practical results, and create new joints institutional efforts to eliminate the bottlenecks to accelerate the realization of value from innovative and entrepreneurial efforts. Our research is based to our innovation activities and is aimed at supporting the development of new tools and policies to facilitate value creation through a deep understanding of innovation and entrepreneurship in practice.

SSIE collaborates closely with the Sahlgrenska Academy, the Sahlgrenska University Hospital, local and international life science industry, the university and regional innovation systems actors, and with our academic partners at Chalmers University of Technology and several faculties at University of Gothenburg, including the School of Business, Economics, and Law and the School of Crafts and Design.


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