/ 1Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights Reserved
/ 2Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedAlberto Baldibaldi@bioindustrypark.itMunich, May 28th, 2013bioPmed, a step be...
/ 3Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights Reserved Piemonte cluster and Bioindustry ParkSilvano Fumero Key trends bioPmed cl...
/ 4Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedTorinoVerbaniaBiella NovaraVercelliAlessandriaCuneoAsti 4.4 million inhabita...
/ 5Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedScience Park focused on life sciences, created with the support ofRegione Pi...
/ 6Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedKEY TRENDS• Health care is a priority for all actors of the value chain– Soci...
/ 7Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedA EU “world class cluster” dedicated to bio and medical technologies –create...
/ 8Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedProjectbuildingWorkinggroupsCommunitybuildingSharedaccess toinfrastructures(m...
/ 9Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedbioPMed obtained the “Bronze Label”from the European Secretariat for Cluster...
/ 10Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedGenomics,Biochemistry,Molecular&cellularbiologyDiagnostic&TheranosticsElectr...
/ 11Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedEAPBBiobay,ScientificParkFABAFederation ofAsian BiotechAssociationsCBSFR: Ly...
/ 12Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedThe “traditional approach”(One problem, one technology, one solution)The “bi...
/ 13Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedBIOENGINEERINGBIOLOGYENGINEERINGCOMPUTERSCIENCENANOTECHNOLOGYBIOLOGYENGINEER...
/ 14Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedAND A STRATEGIC PERSPECTIVE• While the current, almost “traditional”, concep...
/ 15Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedWORKING ON LINKS BETWEEN DIFFERENT TECHNOLOGICAL &MARKET FIELDSTherapy Diagn...
/ 16Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedTo develop a common and joint internationalisation strategy for the4 Life S...
/ 17Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedA POSSIBLE FURTHER STEP: A STRATEGIC CLUSTERPARTNERSHIP FOR PERSONALIZED MED...
/ 18Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights Reserved The health care paradigm is changing: Cost factor Technology advancement...
/ 19Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedTry to think big and on the long termLife Long health management should be...
/ 20Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedA solution-oriented approach, based on theintegration of multiple technolog...
/ 21Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedPartners sharing our vision and approachReady to work on a global scaleWHA...
/ 22Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedBIO-Europe Spring®will be organisedin Turin (Piemonte)March 10–12, 2014http:...
Bioindustry Park Silvano Fumero S.p.A.Alberto BaldiDBusiness Development and International projectsbaldi@bioindustrypark.i...
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EuroBioForum 2013 2nd Annual Conference
27-28 May 2013 - Hilton Munich City, Munich, Germany
http://www.eurobioforum.eu/2013

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# REGIONAL PERSPECTIVES #

Bioindustry Park / bioPmed – Piemonte Innovation Cluster, Italy:
bioPmed: A Step Beyond Personalised Medicine

Alberto Baldi
Business Development & Technology Transfer, bioPmed

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http://www.eurobioforum.eu

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  1. 1. / 1Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights Reserved
  2. 2. / 2Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedAlberto Baldibaldi@bioindustrypark.itMunich, May 28th, 2013bioPmed, a step beyond personalisedmedicine
  3. 3. / 3Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights Reserved Piemonte cluster and Bioindustry ParkSilvano Fumero Key trends bioPmed cluster initiative bioPmed strategic approach Concept scale-up Take away messages and offerCONTENTS
  4. 4. / 4Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedTorinoVerbaniaBiella NovaraVercelliAlessandriaCuneoAsti 4.4 million inhabitants € 123.4 billion GDP € 38.5 billion export 467,500 companies € 2.2 billion R&D investments 1,000 R&D contracts 220 R&D centers, 380 Labs 6 Science & Technology Parks 4 Universities Strong relationships withother European Regions1st region in Italy for: Private R&D investmentHi-tech patentsITALY: PIEMONTE REGION
  5. 5. / 5Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedScience Park focused on life sciences, created with the support ofRegione Piemonte in the EU programs framework (beginning 90’s) -Operational since 1998.It hosts more than 30 organizationsManaging company of the Innovation Cluster bioPmedMember of national and international networks 22.000 sqm labs, office spaces R&D shared facilities R&D scientific services (AbleBiosciences initiatives) 1 incubator Consultancy in biomanagement Conference centrewww.bioindustrypark.euOfferBIOINDUSTRY PARK SILVANO FUMERO
  6. 6. / 6Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedKEY TRENDS• Health care is a priority for all actors of the value chain– Societal needs– Cost pressure– Lead markets (e.g. Ageing, metabolic diseases, cancer, CNS, etc)– Political priority (Horizon 2020)• The paradigm for health care is changing– From a “pill for all” to a personalised approach– From an acute problem to a managed problem– From local development to global value creation networks– From a “mono-technoligical” approach to a convergingtechnologies approach (Es. diagnostic + therapies + devicesaltogether)• The health care sector has now a global, multi-technological and trans-market dimension, touching alsodifferent “traditional” sectors, from agro-food to ICT.
  7. 7. / 7Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedA EU “world class cluster” dedicated to bio and medical technologies –created in 2009A core founder of the ALISEI (Advanced LIfe SciEnces in Italy) nationalcluster that involves 13 different regional actors80+COREMEMBERS370+ENLARGECOMMUNITYNational &International HubsThe bioPmedCommunityA shared smart approach forinnovation:converging technologiesBIOPMED CLUSTER INITIATIVE“Overlapping differenttechnological knowledgeto reach innovativesolutions to ensure abetter future”Synergies with localclusters (ICT, Newmaterials,textiles...), with EPand non EP clusters∼200 health care132 R&D centers3924 scientistsCompanies, Universities,R&D centers, foundations
  8. 8. / 8Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedProjectbuildingWorkinggroupsCommunitybuildingSharedaccess toinfrastructures(material /immaterial)R&DProjectsAddedvalue sharedservicesInternational networking International clustersGovernance – LabelingRegionalfinancingEvents organisation and participation, information,opportunities and support to single companies, universitiesand agencies in sectorial internationalisationCouncil of EuropeanBioregionsInternational projectsInternational agreementsSoft landing agreementsSMEs INTERNATIONALISATION ANDTHE CLUSTER ENVIRONMENT: BIOPMED APPROACH
  9. 9. / 9Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedbioPMed obtained the “Bronze Label”from the European Secretariat for ClusterAnalysis”bioPmed ranked 1st in a nationalperformance evaluation of clusters andscience parksSource: “Dai distretti industriali ai poli di innovazione.LItalia nel Mediterraneo, M. Ferarra, R. Mavilia EGEA,2012”Companies contacted and involved 330Scientist contacted and involved 3500Organizations formally andcontractually linked82Total output project buildingactivities143Technical work-shops organized 34Companies involved ininternationalisation and internationalactivities147Advanced services financed 15Feasibility studies and R&Dprojects financed29EU funded project ongoing andpresented10% of members involved in projects(cumulative)100%Overall value of initiatives linked tocluster activities20.860.231Involvement in institutional advisoryboard external to the region4BIOPMED: PERFORMANCES
  10. 10. / 10Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedGenomics,Biochemistry,Molecular&cellularbiologyDiagnostic&TheranosticsElectronical,medical&laboratoryequipmentMedicalbiomaterialsMedicaltechnology&BiomedicalengineeringFunctionalfoodMicrobiologicalconsortiaComputersciencesDisease Prevention ROTARIC ATHIMAGSAFE TANSUN TANPREVIIaROROTARICNutratecMicoDiaBreastARASBACOSTEProthesis, biomedicalDevices/instrumentation& drug deliveryBIOBONECARDIOMITRALSWAPSiNplantSelf exp. DESTINET; I.B.G.IPEEIBONEJECTKEMEPIEDMONTBIOMAGANTIBACOSSDense-gas CRYOCRYOPHARMANANOSTENTFIDISBIOMICROFABDESTINIWILOP; JIGTOFACE; ORECOBIOMAGNeuroVirtual3DNuvola3DRICCAmenteRegenerativeMedicine MOSQUITOHYPERSPECTRASTELLABICONerveTINET; I.B.G.QUANTADIPOBONEJECTPIEDMONTANTIBACOSSPLA scaffoldsNanoStemB.B.S.FACEWEB BIPharmaceuticalTAB2NOVADEPTLR7AERPNATIMABATHEROVAXPSSEIKPersonalizedMolecular Medicine MOSQUITOGNRsPred_HEALTHFaPreP-MOSPDiagnosticEPIgenetic screeningNuGeSaFASTBeta-agonist detectionDMS; BioprotechATHIMAGHYPERSPECTRA; STELLALOCHTECHMicroDiBiPROMOTECOBANP.TrCD; IdataE_LAB; FASTP-MOSPVeterinaryFLUOMAGCANESTROSpecialisation fields havebeen derived from companybased projects
  11. 11. / 11Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedEAPBBiobay,ScientificParkFABAFederation ofAsian BiotechAssociationsCBSFR: Lyonbiopole; ADEBAG; Eurobiomed; Genopole;I-CareDE: BioM; Technologiepark Heidelberg, bioTopPL: Wrocław Center for S&T in MedicineES: BioCAT; Parque Tecnologico di VizkaiaIT: Toscana Life SciencesCH: BioAlps ; DK: MVAUK: One Nucleus; SWE:Stockolm Science CityTechnologyCentre of NewJerseyIsraelBioNegev cluster;RAD biomedBioCultureFIPASEeLSiBIOPMED: INTERNATIONAL NETWORK AND PROJECTS
  12. 12. / 12Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedThe “traditional approach”(One problem, one technology, one solution)The “bioPmed smart approach”(Converging technologies)- Up to 250 companies working specifically inhealth care- Over xx.000 companies working in ICT,Mechatronics, New Materials, textiles, etc80+ bioPmed cluster CORE MEMBERSshare the approach of a smart Healthcare cluster aiming at“Overlapping different technological knowledge to reach innovativesolutions tounmet medical needs and ensure a better future”THE BIOPMED SMART APPROACH
  13. 13. / 13Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedBIOENGINEERINGBIOLOGYENGINEERINGCOMPUTERSCIENCENANOTECHNOLOGYBIOLOGYENGINEERINGCHEMISTRYPHYSICSCOMPUTERSCIENCEBIO MECHATRONICSMECHANICALENGINEERINGELECTRICALENGINEERINGCOMPUTERSCIENCEPERVASIVE COMPUTINGThis includesengineering, computerscience and all of theliberal artsMATERIAL SCIENCEMATERIALENGINEERINGCHEMISTRYPHYSICS* Source: Proceedings of the 2002 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & ExpositionCopyright 2002, American Society for Engineering EducationBIOLOGYBASED ON CONVERGING TECHNOLOGIES
  14. 14. / 14Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedAND A STRATEGIC PERSPECTIVE• While the current, almost “traditional”, concept of PersonalisedMedicine stands for the customisation of healthcare for patientsubgroups through medical decisions, practices and products,the future will be probably the development of a PersonalisedHealthcare with a solution-driven approach, bringing togetherthe necessary industry sectors.• This shall not only involve therapeutics and diagnostics research& development, but also include other technologicalapproaches for the lifelong management of health andhealthcare, like e-Health (patient care using IT solutions anddevices), medical technologies, new materials, electronics andmechatronics, but also the involvement of “traditional” low-medium tech sectors such as agro-food, cosmetics and textiles.
  15. 15. / 15Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedWORKING ON LINKS BETWEEN DIFFERENT TECHNOLOGICAL &MARKET FIELDSTherapy Diagnostic Med-tech CosmeticHealth systems FoodPersonalised medicinePersonalised health care approachKey Enabling Technologies (KET) and Future Emerging Technologies (FET)R&D, Industry, PAs, UsersTechnologies
  16. 16. / 16Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedTo develop a common and joint internationalisation strategy for the4 Life Sciences Clusters, in order to reinforce the European SMEs’competitiveness outside EuropeMutualising and sharing internationalisation tools (programs,practices, networks) already implemented to obtain economy ofscale/knowledgeIdentifying the most efficient tools for SMEs’ competitiveness on theglobal marketTesting common pilot actions towards 3 targeted markets: Brazil,China, United StatesReinforcing the visibility of the 4 European Life Sciences Clusterstogether and European competences worldwideERAI (Rhône-Alpes, FR)Project LeaderLyonbiopole (Rhône-Alpes, FR)Host ClusterBioCat (Catalonia, SP)Invited ClusterBioM (Bayern Region, DE)Invited ClusterBioPmed (Piedmont, IT)Invited Clusterwww.bioxcluster.comAN INTERNATIONAL PLATFORM BASED ON A SHARED VISION
  17. 17. / 17Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedA POSSIBLE FURTHER STEP: A STRATEGIC CLUSTERPARTNERSHIP FOR PERSONALIZED MEDICINEbioXclusters as the common starting platform to involveother European health clusters to develop a strongEuropean Alliance on Personalised HealthcareThe Strategic Cluster Partnership (ESCP) initiative with a focus onPersonalised Healthcare 5 different market-oriented clusters (bioPmed, Lyonbiopole,BioM, BioCat and Health Science Scotland, 3 with qualityassessed ESCA Bronze label, 4 involved in a world class clusterproject, bioXclusters) A common strategic agenda based on an intersectorialconverging technologies approach First step of evaluation already passedA global vision:TodayUSChinaBraziland in the future…KoreaJapanNorth Africa
  18. 18. / 18Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights Reserved The health care paradigm is changing: Cost factor Technology advancements Societal needs bioPmed is leveraging on all available technologies in order todevelop - through R&D projects - solutions to such challenges bioPmed is using the power of partnership to work togetherwith key clusters in Europe to create a pan European platform -based on a personalised healthcare vision - that could act as areal global actor.TAKE AWAY MESSAGES
  19. 19. / 19Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedTry to think big and on the long termLife Long health management should bethe paradigmWork on the integration of healthcaresystems at European LevelTOP 3 RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ACHIEVING TANGIBLE RESULTS
  20. 20. / 20Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedA solution-oriented approach, based on theintegration of multiple technologicaldomainsAn international vision and developmentstrategy based on partnerships andcomplementaritiesWHAT CAN WE OFFER
  21. 21. / 21Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedPartners sharing our vision and approachReady to work on a global scaleWHAT ARE WE LOOKING FOR
  22. 22. / 22Bioindustry Park 2013– All Rights ReservedBIO-Europe Spring®will be organisedin Turin (Piemonte)March 10–12, 2014http://www.ebdgroup.com/bes/program/index.phpBIO-EUROPE SPRING® 2014
  23. 23. Bioindustry Park Silvano Fumero S.p.A.Alberto BaldiDBusiness Development and International projectsbaldi@bioindustrypark.itVia Ribes, 510010 Colleretto Giacosa (TO)ITALYTel. +39-0125-561311info@biopmed.euwww.biopmed.euwww.bioindustrypark.euIt is the team that winsnot the single player…..
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