Health Axis Europe Partnering (HAEP)

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The project aims to bundle the innovative strengths of science and industry and will provide a new tool for facilitated international knowledge exchange between academia and small and medium sized enterprises on the one side and global healthcare companies on the other. It effectively matches innovation seekers with innovators from a broad international network. In the BMBF funded validation phase (2018-2019) a concept of the new matching tool will be developed, tested and validated. The HAEP Team works closely with technology transfer offices and other innovation engines within the network.


Custom fit: Project and technology scouting is tailored using an individual search profile

Critical mass: Projects and technologies are sourced from a large international network of innovators

Reach: Projects and technologies are pitched in front of global health care company decision makers


The Health Axis Europe Partnering  (HAEP) project partners include BioRN, Ci3, the University of Applied Sciences Mannheim, University of Heidelberg (Research Campus M2OLIE), and the Health Axis Europe cluster partners KU Leuven, Brightlands Maastricht Campus and University of Copenhagen. Starting in January 2018, the project partners will develop and validate the Health Axis Partnering Project over a period of two years (till December 31st 2019). The aim is the long-term implementation of the platform beyond the project time span. The project is funded with a total of 600k Euro by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF).

Team Photo HAEP Kickoff

Team Photo HAEP kickoff meeting (February 2018)


July 5 @ 15:0019:00 – Innovation @ Boehringer Ingelheim: SUMMER NETWORKING RECEPTION

Press Releases:

Download the press release about the funding approval from the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF) here.

Contact: Dr. Julia Schaft, +49 6221 4305 114