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Yellow screen with the text HealthHACK 2022, and people infront of the screen mingeling.

The events Intelligent Health arranges aim to strengthen the research and innovation environment in health and technology at OsloMet, and increase collaboration with the private and public sector.

Upcoming events

Previous events

  • The Intelligent Health Conference 2023

    Thank you to all participants, speakers and cooperating partners for making the Intelligent Health Conference a success. 

    The first-ever Intelligent Health Conference invited experts’ speakers on the field of digital health to present their research on the use of technologies in the health services. The conference had a particular focus on research in artificial intelligence, sensors and applications.

    The conference explored the potential of technology in patient care, advancing medical research, and enhancing healthcare outcomes.

    • Programme

      Welcoming program
      •  Welcoming words by Vice-rector for societal impact and knowledge exchange Carl Christian Thodesen
      • Welcoming words by State Secretary Ellen Rønning-Arnesen
      • Keynote: Maximising the Use of AI in Healthcare Delivery by Ngiam Kee Yuan, National University of Singapore
      Session 1: Artificial intelligence as part of health services
      • Integrating behavioral and implementation sciences with technology development by Professor Dean Ho, National University of Singapore
      • AI-Mind: Digital tools to evaluate dementia risk by Post doc Asma Belhadi, OsloMet
      • Artificial intelligence – a novel tool in reproductive medicine by Professor Trine B. Haugen, OsloMet
      • Human-centric Assistive Technology for Outpatient and Home Care by Professor Evi Zouganeli, OsloMet
      Session 2: Wearable devices and applications as part of health services
      • Advancing healthcare with smart wearable technologies by Professor Lim Chwee Teck, National University of Singapore
      • mHealth and personalized digital health by Professor He Hong-Gu Linda, National University of Singapore
      • mHealth as part of weight regulation by Jeanette Roede, Lifeness
      • First things first - Identifying needs to be supported by technology in remote patient care by Heidi Holmen, post doc at Oslo University Hospital and associate Professor at OsloMet
      • Digital Health and physical sensors by Professor Olga Korostynska
      • Digital Health Interventions in a Health Economics Perspective by Professor Eline Aas
      Panel discussion: Future of digital health

      Five experts will discuss what they believe what is in the future of digital health.

      Moderated by: Professor Minna Pikkarainen, OsloMet

      • Professor Dean Ho, National University of Singapore
      • Professor He Hong-Gu Linda, National University of Singapore
      • Professor Trine B. Haugen, OsloMet
      • Jeanette Roede, Lifeness
  • HealthHACK 2023: Collaboration with Lillestrøm and Oslo municipality

    HealthHACK brought together students from the Faculty of Health Sciences and the Faculty of Technology, Art and Design to solve real and unsolved problems faced by the municipal health service.

    The students gained insight into real issues in the municipal health service, and used creative problem solving to find the solutions. The solutions were presented in front of a jury at Oslo City Hall.

  • Seminar: Use of 3D scanners and 3D printers in rehabilitation and activity aids 2 May

    The aim of the seminar was to bring together individuals with expertise, interest and curiosity in the use of 3D printing and 3D scanning in rehabilitation and treatment.

    Master's students from ACIT at OsloMet have collaborated with Sunnaas Hospital on exciting projects. At the seminar, the students presented their projects that focused on the use of 3D technology for developing ortroses.

    The seminar brought together relevant partners to showcase the students' work and to facilitate further collaboration between OsloMet, the public sector and industry.

    Organized by: Morten Ødegård

  • Personalized medicine in the health service

    Intelligent health invited employees at OsloMet to a seminar on omics and personalized medicine in the health service. The seminar gave an insight into what omics technology is and how the technology can be used and applied in health science research projects.

    Nils Olav Refsdal, political scientist and deputy director in the section for competence, research and innovation in the Ministry of Health and Care, presented the government's strategy for personalized medicine.

    Researchers in the omics environment at OsloMet have adopted omics technology presented the purpose of the project, why omics technology is important for the project and what significance the results of the research project have for a personalized healthcare service.

    • Programme

      • Omics in personalized medicine – the potential and challenges, Associate Professor Mari Myhrstad, OsloMet
      • The government's strategy for personalized medicine, Nils Olav Refsdal, Ministry of Health and Care Services
      • High resolution SARS-CoV2 outbreak investigation by viromics, Associate Professor Ole Herman Ambur, OsloMet
      • Candidate genes contributing to anxiety and depression; from GWAS to whole genome sequencing, Professor Rune Andreassen, OsloMet
      • A glycomic focus on osteoarthritis- an endemic disease spreading in our society, Professor Niclas Karlsson, OsloMet
      • Glycomics and glycoproteomics to improve drug efficacy in mucinous colorectal cancer patients, Associate Professor Viola Lobert, OsloMet
      • Bacterial communities on cancerous tumors, Head of Studies Hege Tunsjø, OsloMet
      • Omics analysis of extracellular vesicles for the discovery of cancer biomarkers in liquid biopsies, Professor Alicia Llorente, OsloMet
      •  Unravelling the role of the ocular microbiota in dry eye disease, Professor Colin Charnock, OsloMet
      • Better health with personalized nutrition, Associate Professor Vibeke Telle-Hansen, OsloMet
  • Seed funding: presentation of the research project

    In 2022, intelligent health announced seed funds for ongoing and planned research projects at the Faculty of Health Sciences and the Faculty of Technology, Art and Design.

    Eight projects were awarded funds, and at the awarding ceremony the project managers presented their projects. The common feature of the projects is that they are based on technology and promote multiple partnerships to find good and better solutions for patients.

    • Projects that have been granted funding

      • Female Pain and Psychological distress. Paving the way for brain informed technology in AI based predictions of therapeutic outcomes. Project Manager is Rune Jonassen.
      • Glycomics@OsloMet. Project Manager is Niclas Karlsson.
      • "Traumatisk ryggmargsskade, tarmflora og metabolsk helse - ny kunnskap med storskala analyser". Project Manager is Mari Myhrstad.
      • Whole Genome Sequencing of Dry Eye biomarkers: On the road to developing new evidence-based solutions for treatment of a debilitating condition. Project Manager is Cloin Charnock.
      • Smart development of nano-antibiotics. Project Manager is Sanko Nguyen.
      • The window to the soul in the palm of the hand. Project Manager is Pedro Rego Lencastre e Silva.
      • "Bruk av 3D printer i framtidig rehabilitering og hjelpemidler med kunnskapsbaserte og pasientsentrerte løsninger (framtidige 3D printere)". Project Manager is Morten Ødegård.
      • VRHAB: Artificial Intelligence powered Virtual Reality Therapy in Stroke Home Rehabilitation. Project Manager is Minna Pikkarainen.
  • Other events

    • Input on Intelligent Health strategy 13 December 2022
    • Intelligent Health workshop digital services for the private sector 25 October 2022
    • Intelligent Health workshop digital services for the public sector 18 October 2022
    • HealthHACK 2022 in collaboration with Sunnaas Rehabilitation Hospital


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About Intelligent Health

  • Intelligent Health

    This initiative will contribute to develop knowledge and technological solutions that foster improved health and counteract diseases.

Published: 04/07/2023 | OsloMet