Karolinska Institutet sees collaboration as an important part of the transition of knowledge and results to the community. Such transition will promote the advancement of knowledge about life and strive towards better health for all.
Collaboration, support and impact
Life Science 2.0 - Stockholm Life Science Conference 2022
The Covid pandemic was the starting point for this year’s Stockholm Life Science Conference, where discussions centred on both the mistakes made and lessons learned from the handling of the pandemic and the rapid development of vaccines.
20 years of innovation - Karolinska Institutet
The journey from a research breakthrough to an innovation that improves the lives for people can vary in any number of ways. We have collected a selection of such journeys.
Contact KI Innovations to develop your idea or business
Karolinska Institutet Innovations AB gives guidance so your ideas can contribute to healthier future.
Improve your knowledge about innovation and entrepreneurship
UBE conducts research on and education in innovation and entrepreneurship.
The Centre for Health Crises
The centre enhances and improves KI’s ability to face health threats. The idea is to be of assistance to society in times of a crisis, through multi-disciplinary research, education, and expertise in different health emergency areas.
Stockholm trio university alliance
Karolinska Institutet, KTH and Stockholm University entered in 2019 into the university alliance Stockholm trio with the aim of developing and highlighting the internationally prominent research and education environment that the three universities form in the Stockholm region.
EIT Health - Strengthening healthcare systems in Europe
The main misson of EIT Health is to accelerate innovation and entrepreneurship in healthy living in Europe.
Did you know KI and WHO are collaborating?
KI is collaborating with the WHO in the form of centers, research and activities. The collaboration is derived from a common drive to tackle the health challenges of our time, and forms the base of the collaboration.
Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Health - a collaboration with Makerere University in Uganda
The virtual Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Health is a collaboration between Karolinska Institutet and Makerere University in Uganda. The aim of the Centre is to showcase how partnerships can develop capacity for solving the complex health challenges of today and tomorrow. The Centre is permeated by the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Develop your collaborations
Competence development within medicine and health
Karolinska Institutet offers professional education within a broad range of medicine and health areas based on the latest research, provided by our highly qualified academic and research staff.
New methods and tools to increase collaboration capacity
By promoting cooperation as an integral part of the core business, quality in education and research increases.
Karolinska Institutet Career Service offers a varied program of seminars workshops, lectures and online support.
KI Alumni: a social and professional network for alumni and friends of KI
Our alumni are very important to us. We hope that you want to keep in touch with KI through our alumni network, with over 15,000 members across the world. Welcome to KI alumni!