On 16th June the HTC joined forces with the Yorkshire and Humber AHSN to host an interactive evening workshop with local SMEs. Five SMEs presented their technologies to an audience of clinicians and academics to provoke discussion and generate ideas for future innovation. The evening has generated applications to the recent MRC Industrial CASE studentship […]
The HTC has hosted 3 meetings around the U.K to launch regional hubs in the Southwest, Southeast and Scotland/Northern England. The meetings, held in Bath, Glasgow and Oxford throughout March were well attended by academic, industry and clinical specialists, as well as public and patient advocates. The focus of the meetings was to create cohesive, […]
One of the HTCs Clinical Research Fellows, Natalie Hirst has won the prestigious Norman Williams Prize at the recent Society of Academic and Research Surgeons meeting in Cambridge. The prize was awarded for Natalie’s work on “Biosensor technology for early detection of anastamotic leak and intra-abdominal sepsis after gastrointestinal surgery”. In summary, anastomotic leak is […]
After a successful National Meeting on the 17th October in Leeds, the HTC will be hosting three regional meetings in the south east, south west and the north early in the new year. The HTC is a national network and these events will provide opportunities around the U.K where science and engineering experts, clinicians, industry […]
World-leading figures from healthcare and applied sciences have helped launch the HTC's inaugural national meeting in Leeds.
The HTCs national meeting, entitled ‘Accelerating technology for patient benefit in colorectal disease’, will be held at the Royal Armouries in Leeds, in October – and brings together world leading speakers, scientists and engineers.
The HTC held its inaugural meeting in May 2013 to introduce the concept of the HTC to industry, clinicians, patients, public and academics from around the Yorkshire region. It was a successful day and a half during which the scientific experts and industry attendees rose to the challenges thrown at them by the clinicians and patients. A number of leading projects have been identified and are now being taken forward with the HTC