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Health 2.0 Melbourne News - Health Innovation Challenges

From: Chris K.
Sent on: Monday, September 28, 2015 9:35 AM

Please find details of an exciting initiative from the Sunshine State!  This is a global Challenge so Victorian-based applicants are accepted.

The Advance Queensland Johnson & Johnson Innovation Quick Fire Challenge is part of the Queensland Government’s $180 million Advance Queensland initiative to support greater innovation, develop a knowledge-based economy and provide jobs now and jobs for the future. The challenge will award a top prize of AUD $100,000 to three winners across the pharmaceutical, medical device and consumer health sectors. Johnson & Johnson Innovation Asia Pacific and other company executives will serve on the selection committee, work with companies on their pitches prior to the main competition; and serve as mentors to selected companies. The competition is open to any innovative, transformational human healthcare invention that seeks to address an unmet medical need.



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