This online webinar hosted by Medlink Midlands explores these benefits, providing tangible guidance for those keen to collaborate, as well as case studies from those who have already established successful partner projects.
The session will open with a talk from Caroline Sykes from the Medilink Midlands Innovation Adviser team. Drawing on her extensive experience across the sector, Caroline will be highlighting both the reasons and routes for establishing, developing and making the most of academic and industry collaborative opportunities.
There will then be a joint presentation from Jenny Murray, CEO of Life Science Group (LSG) and Abhimanyu Bose, Knowledge Exchange Executive for Coventry University, who will be sharing the story of their successful Knowledge Exchange Partnership (KEP), through which they co-developed CellShip, a cell transport system without a cold chain requirement. The project was rated ‘Outstanding’ by the Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) – the highest rating – and also secured them a finalist spot in the Medilink Midlands Business Awards 2022.
Our final presentation will be delivered by Joe Lillis and Jorge Madeira Marques Pinto, lead researchers on a collaborative project between Anglia Ruskin University and Italian company, La Fattoria la Vialla, exploring the potential health, performance and sustainability benefits of olive oil products developed at their organic-biodynamic farm.
As well as an opportunity to showcase current successful projects, this session lays the foundations for a series of support sessions that Medilink Midlands will be running in partnership with the Arise Innovation Hubs and will be your opportunity to find out more information.
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Hear from 200+ experts including:
- Ben Goldacre, Director, EBM DataLab, University of Oxford
- Nadine Hachach-Haram, Consultant Plastic Surgeon and Head of Clinical Innovation, Guy’s and St. Thomas’ FT
- Matthew Gould, CEO, NHSX
- Beverley Bryant, CDIO, Guy’s and St. Thomas’ FT
- Sonia Patel, CIO, NHSX
- Navina Evans, CEO, Health Education England
- Lisa Hollins, Director of Innovation, NHSX
- Sam Shah, Chair, HETT Steering Committee
- Nicola Byrne, National Data Guardian, Office of the National Data Guardian
- Victor Adebowale, Chair, NHS Confederation
- Masood Ahmed, CMO and CCIO, NHS Black Country & West Birmingham CCG
- Radhika Rangaraju, Programme Director – Digital Pharmacy, Optometry, Dentistry, Ambulance and Community Services, NHSX
- Dom Cushnan, Head of AI Imaging, NHS AI Lab, NHSX
- Dermot Ryan, Director of Frontline Digitisation, NHSX
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HETT have many interactive features, workshops and networking opportunities designed to deepen your knowledge and build relationships with existing and new peers.
HETT hope you will join them in 2-weeks at the sector’s first get together since March 2020.
Register To Attend For Free Here.