8 projects have been granted more than SEK 34 million by Swelife

Eight projects aiming to improve health have been granted just over SEK 34 million by Swelife, the strategic innovation programme for life science.

As the call for applications was aimed solely at projects that have previously received grants from Swelife – so-called stage one projects – only a limited number were eligible to apply. Despite this, 22 applications were submitted to the assessment group.

Coordinators and grant recipients of these stage one projects are to be a small or medium-sized enterprise (SME) according to the EU’s rules, an academic party with an ambition to start a company, or a healthcare enterprise.

The aim of this call for applications is to strengthen and accelerate Swelife projects that have considerable potential to reach the market with their innovative product, service or process.

The Projects

Rapidshare 2: Datadelningstjänst för smittspårning

1928 Diagnostics AB
Net amount: 2 017 800 kronor
Project manager: Susanne Staaf

Kommersialisering av ultrasensitiva metoder för analys av cirkulerande tumör-DNA hos cancerpatienter

Saga Diagnostics AB
Net amount: 4 700 000 kronor
Project manager: Lao Saal

Neuromuskulär styrning av robotben

Chalmers tekniska högskola
Net amount: 4 644 476 kronor
Project manager: Max Ortiz Catalan

OGG1 inhibitorer mot akut lungskada

Oxcia AB
Net amount: 5 000 000 kronor
Project manager: Jan Zetterberg

En ny läkemedelsbehandling för den mitokondriella sjukdomen Leighs syndrom

NeuroVive Pharmaceutical AB
Net amount: 5 000 000 kronor
Project manager: Magnus Hansson

Klinisk säkerhetsutvärdering av Supernitro – en ny behandling för akut pulmonell hypertension

Attgeno AB
Net amount: 5 000 000 kronor
Project manager: Per Agvald

Utveckling av AQP9-inhibitorer för förbättrad behandling av diabetes och prevention av komorbiditeter

Apoglyx AB
Net amount: 2 806 300 kronor
Project manager: Andreas Linderoth Norlin

Ny produkt och metod för behandling av hjärtsviktspatienter – Steg 2

Syntach AB
Net amount: 5 000 000 kronor
Project manager: Daniel Engvall

Contact Swelife:

Åsa Wallin