This one-day workshop will look at how to start innovating in the NHS context, and will provide you with the practical tools to assess your research for potential in a healthcare setting. Using real case studies, we’ll explore how innovation works in the NHS, the opportunities and potential pitfalls to avoid when developing your research into something that can benefit patients.
Translate are collaborating with NIHR CYPtech MIC (Children and Young People MedTech Co-operative) and NIHR Devices for Dignity MIC (D4D) to run an innovation workshop, aiming to further explore the needs of children living with rare diseases and to begin exploring potential technology solutions.
I Am Research Open Event Are you interested in clinical research? Would you like to find out more about research into musculoskeletal conditions, genetics and dermatology happening in Leeds? Do you want to see the facilities at Leeds Biomedical Research Centre- including the Ultrasound and MRI machines in action? Join us at our open event […]
Dr Louise Jones; MRC Head of Translational Research will visit Leeds on Thursday 3 May 2018 to give a presentation with a following Q&A session on the Translational Funding Streams offered by the MRC.
This free to attend, one-day event brings together key medtech experts from the Leeds City Region and beyond to discuss opportunities and challenges faced by the sector.
This workshop aims to raise awareness about the benefits of involvement, help researchers think about how and when to involve public, patients and carers, and offers researchers a chance to develop a plan for involvement through activities and discussion.