Region Västerbotten

Region Västerbotten has a dual responsibility, one that contains responsibility for health and healthcare in Northern Sweden in which Region Västerbotten operates the University hospital of northern Sweden. The other responsibility concerns regional development in which Region Västerbotten coordinates and executes a wide variety of strategies and policies (In which Life Science is one of the priorities in the Smart Specilialisation Strategy). For example, Region Västerbotten have health data including images from biobank samples including approx. 45 000 individuals that are reconsenting for longitudinal biobank samples as well as health care data and imaging. This will be related to the use cases of UCAN that consists of freshly frozen tumour-samples, blood-samples and health data since 2010. Including diagnosis like prostate cancer and brain tumours.

Role of institution in the project

Involved mainly in WP7 with Use cases for platform expansion and validation, Data incorporation use cases (Open Call); Use Cases; Benchmarking; Platform Validation; AI for GDPR and Simulation resources.

Nils Sandberg

Nils Sandberg is Strategist. They have provided Innovation and development support for projects at Region Västerbotten for over a decade.

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