Daniel Zamora, Commercial Programme Manager, Health Innovation Manchester
Dr Fanny Burrows, Senior Programme Manager, SBRI Lead, LGC Group
Ian Newington, Head of Special Projects, LGC Group
Matt Chapman, Knowledge Transfer Manager MedTech and Manufacturing, KTN UK
Alistair Williamson, Managing Director, Lucid Group Ltd
As Head of Special Projects, Ian is part of the leadership o...
Matt leads on medical technology for the Knowledge Transfer...
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The project invites SMEs to collaborate with Greater Manchester’s research and innovation institutions to accelerate development and improve commercialisation of innovative healthcare products and services within life sciences.
SMEs will be able to access expertise and support including information about navigating the health and care system, developing value propositions, ethics & regulatory advice and access to university-wide expertise.
There will also be opportunities to build lasting research collaborations between SMEs, researchers, Greater Manchester universities, NHS organisations and the broader health innovation community. These collaborations will be used to share knowledge, address the barriers to adoption and co-develop proposals for research and development projects.
The programme, which is open now and will run until June 2023, will engage with SMEs across a range of health and care products and services, but with a particular focus on AI & digital technologies, medical devices, biosensors, genomics & precision medicine, diagnostics, biopharmaceuticals, and applications of advanced materials.
Eligible SMEs will be able to access two levels of support, both with a menu of support activities that can be mixed and matched to meet their specific needs.