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Big Thinking at the Dept of Brilliant Ideas

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Stefan Johansson

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We are on important missions in the NICU. From time to time, we all sense the strong rewarding feeling that our work mattered a lot.

I love the hands-on work in the NICU, but I also believe strongly in pursuing work at the meta-level of things. That we can change care and improve outcomes through research, quality improvement, and taking our professionalism outside the box. And to the web! Naturally, the 99nicu “global village” is one of those meta-level journeys for me.

I have shared small bits of information previously about a new project with a really big scope, Neobiomics, an academic startup company founded in 2016, that will provide a super-high quality bifidobacterial product, “from the community, to the community”. Launch is planned in Europe mid-2019.

Although the product itself is much requested, I personally think that this project has a much wider potential. With access to a highly advanced machinery (literally!) at the production facility, it should be possible to make other compositions (other sets of bacteria, other bacterial numbers, +/- other compounds etc) for some really cool comparative trials.

We are still working mainly behind the scenes in the Neobiomics HQs, but relatively soon, we will step on stage and start creating buzz ;)

Stay tuned :) 

PS. The project above has nothing and everything to do with the talk below. Creativity is the Power to Act.

 

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