HEALTH-SPECIAL HOW TO: Navigate regulatory affairs in health startups
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When developing new solutions that can cure or diagnose, you must be aware of the regulations – the earlier the better! So even if you are still an early stage entrepreneur, your entrepreneurial journey in the health care sector will take you on the path of regulatory affairs along the way. The earlier you gain insight in what needs to be done, the easier the path will be when developing your solutions.


Medical devices must be CE marked before they can be placed on the market. Other solutions such as measurement, system and treatment packages as well as equipment for clinical testing may not require CE marking but could need other forms of certification or marking requirements. This session guides you towards a basic understanding and sets you up with experts in the fields of CE marks, clinical trials and documentation. The sessions consists of video material that you must see previous to the session, and a workshop with regulatory experts who can help your team manage the regulatory affairs specifically for the solution you are working on.

A detailed program will be updated in January. This free-of-charge event is hosted by SUND Hub for UCPH Innovation hubs. Click here to learn more and sign up…


25. February 2021, 14.00-17.00


Online workshop

Program & speakers

A detailed program will be announced in january 2021


All teams and startups are welcome, but teams from the Univeristy of Copenhagen student-start-up communities SUND Hub, SCIENCE Innovation Hub and Human & Legal Innovation hub have priority.

Registration is mandatory. Click here to register…
Registration opens in january.