Our aim is to develop treatment methods for the healthcare system and ensure that the latest health research is implemented and comes to benefit the patients faster.
We do this by promoting cooperation between excellent research, clinical practice and education in health and medicine for the benefit of patients and society.
Greater Copenhagen Health Science Partners is a partnership between University of Copenhagen, Technical University of Copenhagen, Region Zealand and the Capital region of Denmark. The partnership is established to strengthen the cooperation between researchers in basic laboratories and clinical researchers in the hospitals.
University researchers and clinical researchers can use GCHSP to learn from each other and develop new ideas, resulting both in faster scientific results and better treatment of patients.
A strong collaboration between university and hospitals shall create breakthroughs within near-patient health research and facilitate increased cooperation with the business community, creating more jobs in the Healthcare industry.
At the same time, the research result will raise the level of education among university graduates employed in the healthcare system.
The Capital Region of Denmark provides a number of health services to its 1.7 million citizens and attends to an average of 13,000 patients each day in hospitals and clinics.
At the same time, more than 4,000 scientists conduct innovative research at the University of Copenhagen and the hospitals.
The selection of CAGs – The International Panel
Dean Björn Gustafsson talks about CAG Call 2018, where he participated as chairman of the international assessment panel.