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Oncological Engineering Conference

A unique meeting of engineers and clinicians to explore novel ideas and collaborations in the field of oncology. This conference will bring together some of the key experts form around the world in the oncological field to discuss new advances and developments.

Venue
Weetwood Hall, Leeds
Useful for
Clinicians & Engineers

NIHR HTA Conference

The NIHR Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Programme is celebrating its impact in clinical and public health research by holding a milestone conference on 9-10 October 2013 in central London.

Venue
Church House, Westminster, London
Useful for
Patients & Scientists

Colorectal Therapies HTC – National Launch

Benefits to patients with colorectal disease will result when different disciplines come together in a stimulating environment to address the current greatest challenges.

Time
9.30am to 6pm
Venue
The Royal Armouries, Leeds
Useful for
Clinicians, Engineers, Industry, Patients, Public & Scientists

Funding and Partnership Opportunities for Implantable Devices

The NIHR Office for Clinical Research Infrastructure (NOCRI) and the Efficacy and Mechanism Evaluation (EME) Programme are co-hosting a FREE meeting to enable industry delegates to explore funding and partnership opportunities for research into implantable devices.

Time
10am to 4:30pm
Venue
1VS Conference Centre, London
Useful for
Clinicians, Industry & Scientists

The NIHR Cambridge Brain Injury HTC Launch Event

The NIHR Brain Injury HTC is holding its first event to showcase their research themes and the key challenges in each theme. This event will be an opportunity to explore the potential links with the Brain Injury HTC and how the HTCs could work for you

Time
10am to 2:45pm
Venue
Leckhampton House, Cambridge
Useful for
Clinicians, Industry & Scientists

Seminar: Next Generation of Magnetic Nanoparticles for Clinical Applications

Professor Nguyen TK Thanh, Professor of Nanomaterials at the UCL Healthcare Bio magnetic and Nanomaterials Laboratories is to present a seminar on the clinical applications of magnetic nanoparticles, hosted by the University of Leeds.

Time
11:30
Venue
TR 3.13 Civil Engineering, University of Leeds
Useful for
Clinicians, Engineers & Scientists

Seminar: Can photodiagnosis and photodynamic therapy serve as shining beacons in the treatment of cancer?

Professor Harry Moseley, Consultant Clinical Scientist and Dr Ronan Valentine, Honorary Clinical Scientist at Ninewells Hospital and Medical School in Dundee present seminar on the diagnostic and treatment potential of photodiagnosis and photodynamic therapy in cancer patients.

Time
13:00
Venue
Level 3 Seminar Room, Wellcome Trust Brenner Building, St James's University Hospital site
Useful for
Clinicians & Scientists

Addressing the Challenges – South West Regional Meeting

The HTC Is hosting a series of workshop meetings around the UK to enable the next steps to be taken in identifying novel solutions to a series of previously identified clinical needs.

Time
9am - 4.30pm
Venue
Bailbrook House Hotel, Bath
Useful for
Clinicians, Engineers, Industry, Patients & Scientists

Addressing the Challenges – Northern Regional Meeting

This one and a half day meeting on the 12th and 13th March is part of the series of workshop meetings around the UK to enable the next steps to be taken in identifying novel solutions to a series of previously identified clinical needs.

Time
- 6.30pm to 9.30pm; 13th March - 9am to 4.30pm
Venue
Grand Central Hotel, Glasgow
Useful for
Clinicians, Engineers, Industry, Patients & Scientists

Addressing the Challenges – South East Regional Meeting

The Oxford Event is now full - please email colorectalhtc@leeds.ac.uk to be added to the reserve list. The HTC Is hosting a series of workshop meetings around the UK to enable the next steps to be taken in identifying novel solutions to a series of previously identified clinical needs.

Time
9am to 4.30pm
Venue
The Oxford Hotel, Oxford
Useful for
Clinicians, Engineers, Industry, Patients & Scientists

Seminar: Visualising cancers via goggles: optical imaging and probes

Dr. Samuel Achilefu, Director of the Optical Radiology Laboratory at Washington University in St. Louis, MO, to present a seminar on optical imaging and probes at the University of Leeds.

Time
13:00-14:00
Venue
Lecture Theatre B, Mechanical Engineering, University of Leeds

National Meeting 2014

Time
09:30-16:30
Useful for
Clinicians, Engineers, Industry, Patients, Public & Scientists

The 4th International Conference on Oncological Engineering

This exciting conference will bring together engineers, scientists and clinicians to discuss novel ideas in the field of oncology

Venue
Weetwood Hall Conference Centre and Hotel, Leeds
Useful for
Clinicians, Engineers, Industry & Scientists

The Future of Robotics in Surgery

Book today to join a wide range of leading specialists and examine how robotic surgery can significantly improve clinical outcomes for patients.

Time
09:00-17:00
Venue
The Royal Society of Medicine
Useful for
Clinicians, Engineers & Industry

NIHR MindTech HTC event: Dementia and Technology: Understanding and meeting the unmet need

This latest event from MindTech HTC (NIHR MindTech Healthcare Technology Co-operative) in association with Medilink East Midlands and Next Business Generation is aimed at linking up local companies and other interested parties with health and wellness unmet needs, focussing on dementia.

Time
09:30-14:00
Venue
The Nottingham Belfry , Mellor's Way , Off Woodhouse Way , Nottingham , NG8 6PY

Midlands Regional Spoke Launch Meeting

This meeting will launch the 4th regional spoke of the HTC and provide the opportunity for clinicians, scientists, engineers and industry partners in the Midlands region to work with the HTC to accelerate new science into clinical application.

Venue
The Studio, Birmingham city centre
Useful for
Clinicians, Engineers, Industry, Patients, Public & Scientists

The Physics of Cancer Workshop

This meeting is the fourth of a series of focussed workshops which will consider several themes of the EPSRC NetworkPlus in ‘Understanding the Physics of Life’.

Venue
Avon Gorge Hotel

5th Annual Microbubble Symposium

The theme of the meeting will focus around Fabrication, Characterisation and Translational Applications.

Venue
Weetwood Hall, Leeds

IMPRESS End User Technology Workshop: Faecal Incontinence

The HTC's associate network IMPRESS (Incontinence Management and Prevention through Engineering and Sciences) is hosting this event devoted to the theme of Faecal Incontinence. This workshop will look at end user needs in the assessment and management of faecal incontinence.

Time
10:30-15:30
Venue
Queens Hotel, Leeds
Useful for
Clinicians, Engineers, Public & Scientists

HTCf Innovation Workshops

Hosted by the student-led arm of the HTC- the HTC foundation- this series of workshops will facilitate discussion and development of novel biotechnology concepts. This is a fantastic opportunity to get involved with HTCf who are a group of multidisciplinary students/foundation doctors interested in biotechnology innovation and research.

Venue
Business School, University of Leeds (please check below for the seminar room number)
Useful for
& HTC Meetings

National Meeting 2016

We are pleased to announce that the HTC's next National Meeting will be held on the 8th November at the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds.

Venue
Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds
Useful for
HTC Meetings & Seminars

SYMPOSIUM: Next Generation Technologies for Incontinence

IMPRESS has recently been awarded follow on funding the UK EPSRC and the NIHR which means that the IMPRESS project will continue its work until July 2018 with a significant budget to develop pilot and early-stage research projects on technology for incontinence. To celebrate this success and to mark the start of World Continence Week 2016 this symposium is a day focussing on 'Next Generation Technologies for Incontinence' with invited speakers from across Europe plus further annoucements about our Proof of Concept Projects.

Time
10:30-16:00
Venue
Thackray Medical Museum - 141 Beckett Street, Leeds LS9 7LN, United Kingdom

Healthcare Innovation and Business Strategy Training Course

Medilink are running a two -day healthcare specific Innovation and Business strategy course in Leeds. The course will provide a comprehensive and interactive journey of the best practice from portfolio planning through to opportunity identification, identification of unmet needs through to concept design and selection. The course also covers a section on the business case and building the NHS drivers into the value proposition.

Venue
Radisson Blu in Leeds

Leeds RCS Surgical Trials Centre Launch

Find out more about the new Leeds RCS Surgical Trials Centre and how it will support the Royal College of Surgeons Surgical Trials Initiative by facilitating the development, design, and delivery of new, high quality surgical trials and research collaborations, and providing training and development opportunities for new surgical trialists.

Time
9.30-17.00
Venue
Weetwood Hall Conference Centre
Useful for
Clinicians, Industry & Scientists

Workshop: What’s new in pelvic floor?

This free pelvic floor training workshop, run jointly by Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, the Colorectal Therapies HTC and Impress, focuses on new technologies and ideas in the diagnostics and management of pelvic floor disorders.

Venue
The Carriageworks
Useful for
Clinicians, Engineers & Scientists