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Karolinska University Hospital, Sweden
Innovation Program Manager
Martina Ahlberg is a Project Manager at the Center for Innovation at the Karolinska University Hospital in Stockholm Sweden.
During past 10 years Martina has been involved in a number of PCPs (Pre-Commercial Procurement) and PPIs (Public Procurement of Innovation Solutions) at the Stockholm City Council and Karolinska University Hospital. Her focus is address challenges by enabling innovation in healthcare, by continuously developing and leading execution of procurement of Innovation, both from a strategic perspective as well as tactical and operational.
Ellen Leigard, MD
Resident in anesthesiology and intensive care
Ellen Leigard is a 5th year resident in anesthesiology and intensive care. She has several years of experience within internal and emergency medicine. With a great interest in preventing clinical deterioration and finding high-risk patients at an earlier stage Dr Leigard is currently doing part of her PhD within the Nightingale-project.
Dr Max Bell
Senior Physician and Researcher
Senior physician and researcher at the department of Anesthesia, Surgical Services and Intensive Care at Karolinska. Dr Bell divides his time between clinical duties and academia, as an associate professor and senior lecturer at Karolinska Institutet. Dr Bell has led three PhDs to dissertation and is currently the main tutor of three PhD candidates. He holds several international grants and has published over 60 papers. Dr Bell has extensive experience regarding epidemiological registry-based research using the Swedish quality registers.
Project Manager for Medical Device Integration project
Director of Medical Technology, Karolinska University Hospital, with 15+ years’ experience working with medical devices in the telecom and ICT industry.
Peter is also the holder of three patents.
Dr David Konrad
Head of Department of Anaesthesia, Surgical Services and Intensive Care
MD, PhD, Managing Director, Perioperative Medicine and Intensive Care, Karolinska University Hospital. Published over 25 peer-reviewed research articles, including clinical intervention studies, epidemiology and several international multi-centre studies, one devoted to enhanced monitoring of ward patients. Main tutor of two successful PhD students with dissertations in 2013 and 2015.