Places are filling up fast for the HTC’s National Meeting this September, with more exciting speakers being added to the programme.
Post-operative ileus – a condition where the bowel ‘goes to sleep’ following colon surgery – is the subject of an article by trainee surgeon and HTC Foundation member Stephen Chapman and HTC Clinical Director Professor David Jayne, in the latest issue of the IA Journal.
The pelvic floor training workshop in May, run jointly by the HTC, Leeds Teaching Hospitals and Impress, was a sell-out event, with all 100 places taken and a few extra delegates squeezed in.
Two new projects have been awarded grants through the HTC’s Incubator Funding Programme, aimed at supporting early stage technologies in the areas of nanotechnology, robotics and imaging which target unmet clinical needs.
Medical technology companies can now benefit from a rapid and affordable route to early stage evaluation through the HTC’s new Surgical Technology Testbed (STT).
Jugaad or ‘frugal’ innovation will be the theme for the HTC’s 2017 National Meeting, to be held in Leeds this September.
Two HTC Foundation (HTCf) interns have been invited to present their work at the British Conference of Undergraduate Research.
The fourth ‘pit stop’ event as part of the NHS Clinical Entrepreneurship programme took place at Leeds last month, with the support of the Colorectal Therapies HTC.
The deadline for applications for the HTC's incubator funding packages has been extended to 17 February 2017.
To support research activities in key areas of unmet clinical need, identified at our annual meeting, the HTC is offering 'incubator packages' for open competition.