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Inven2 is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year. On the occasion of the anniversary, we have interviewed five successful researchers and clinicians who have all worked on groundbreaking innovations with significant benefits for society.
You can read more about Clinician Heidi Glosli at Rikshospitalet, Oslo University Hospital in this interview. She has been a key figure in developing expertise and conducting paediatric clinical trials in order to facilitate early access to treatment.
What is your specialist clinical area?
Paediatric oncology and haematology
What has been your most significant contribution in clinical research and development?
I’ve been fortunate over the last seven years in being allowed to develop a clinical research unit for children and adolescents. The clinical research unit is used for conducting clinical trials and has a robust infrastructure with competent employees from different professional backgrounds. What unites us is that we all love working with children and adolescents. Our aim is that the treatment that children and adolescents get is as good as what adults get, and, not least, that it is approved.
What has cooperation with Inven2 meant for you?
The cooperation with Inven2 has been essential in establishing the Clinical Research Unit at the Division of Paediatric and Adolescent Medicine. They ensure professional interaction between the hospital and the industry and are always happy to be of service.
What would you like to say to Inven2 on the occasion of its tenth anniversary?
Many congratulations! I look forward to ongoing constructive cooperation in the years to come.