Diagnostic laboratories
Among others: Twente, Eindhoven, Groningen, Meander Medical Center and Prof. Jan Verhoef is chairman of the supervisory board RLM Dordrecht
Pharmaceutical industry
Advisor to Pfizer BV
Biotechnology companies
Advisor to TNO and BiosparQ and various venture funds

About Staphylea Biomedical consultants

Health care sector Staphylea advices healthcare organizations, governmental organizations, medical centres and diagnostic laboratories on the subject of strategy planning, market opportunities and writing of business plans.

Pharmaceutical industry Staphylea has the expertise to help the Research and Development of pharmaceutical industry and biotech companies especially in the field of infectious diseases but also in other areas like inflammation and oncology: from basic science to clinical development. Staphylea has extensive expertise in the development of drugs, from pre-clinical studies to post marketing surveillance. Staphylea advices Investment Banks and venture capitalists for investment opportunities.

Foundation of WorldHealhCare Initiative BV

Staphylea has played a key role in the Foundation of WorldHealthCare Initiative BV (WHI) and is its major shareholder. Other shareholders are: UMCUtrecht, Springcommunications Utrecht, Mr Harm Snippe and Eurocongress Amsterdam. WHI organizes a yearly forum: the WorldHealthCare Forum. WHF brings together all major stakeholders in the HealthCare sector and will contribute to a sustainable affordable healthcare.

World Healthcare Forum

The World Healthcare forum wants to bring together all stake holders in the field of Healthcare: Scientists, Politicians, Decision makers of the Pharmaceutical Industry and Insurance Companies, Managers in Healthcare. The forum focuses on problems, advances, quality, affordability of Healthcare and are being discussed with the aim to formulate proposals for a better, affordable and sustainable Healthcare. This forum will be an annual event, not unlike the World Economic Forum which is held yearly in Davos Switzerland.

World Healthcare Forum