The PERMIDES project uses innovative IT solutions to develop personalized cancer treatment. Apply for funding!

Oslo Cancer Cluster and NCE Smart Energy Markets, together with European clusters in medicine and IT (see list below), are managing a Horizon 2020 EU project driving Personalized Medicine Innovation, called PERMIDES. The project matches small and medium enterprises (SMEs) from the IT and the biopharma sector for joint innovation projects.

Allocated funds are 45 million NOK, of which 34 million NOK are earmarked for SMEs in the clusters. SMEs can now apply for the second funding call. Deadline 10 October.

Check out what you can apply for and APPLY HERE

Download the PERMIDES flyer

  • Participants

    • Oslo Cancer Cluster S.A (NO)
    • NCE Smart Energy Markets, c/o Smart Innovation Østfold AS (NO)
    • Software-Cluster c/o CyberForum e.V. (DE)
    • Cluster für Individualisierte ImmunIntervention (Ci3) e.V. (DE)
    • intelligent views GmbH (DE)
    • NETSYNO Software GmbH (DE)
    • Oncotyrol – Center for Personalized Cancer Medicine GmbH (AT)
    • IT-Cluster – Business Upper Austria, OÖ Wirtschaftsagentur GmbH (AT)

PERMIDES has ambitious goals 

90 innovation projects between IT and biotechs with funding through an innovation voucher system

120 IT companies and biotech companies have benefited from technology transfer activities

75 enterprises have participated in networking conferences at regional and European level

100 companies have placed their profile in a semantic matchmaking portal – the PERMIDES platform

Resuts of the first call 2017

PERMIDES has turned out to be of great interest to both the biopharma and the IT sector. With the first cut-off date in mid-May 2017, a total of 46 applications with an overall volume of more than € 2.5 million have been submitted for innovation projects, each project involving a biopharmaceutical SME and at least one IT SME.

22 of these 46 applications have been awarded for funding with an overall funding amount of more than € 1.25 million. In this first application round, project proposals were submitted for e.g. the development of intelligently networked sensors for special therapies, innovative interfaces for medical wearables, as well as novel computer-based methods for cancer research.

More information about the first round

Get an overall glance of the wide range of projects possible RIGHT HERE