Invention for Innovation (i4i) Programme . Dr Martin Anyim i4i Assistant Director . 09/10/2013. Programme objectives. To advance the translation of healthcare technologies for increased patient benefit through guided progression of innovative medical technologies. Types of projects .
Dr Martin Anyim
i4i Assistant Director
To advance thetranslationof healthcare technologies for increased patient benefit through guided progression of innovative medical technologies.
A low-cost non-invasive visual aid for severely sight-impaired individuals
Next Generation Mobile HIV Diagnostics with Wireless Connectivity
Stroke reduction via improved opportunistic screening for atrial fibrillation - An evaluation of the clinical and economic benefits of the RapidRhythm device within primary care
7th call for i4i Product Development Awards
Call opens 9 am, 20November 2013
Stage 1 closes 1 pm, 15 January 2014
Panel meetings w/c 2 June 2014
8th call for i4i Product Development Awards
Call opens May 2014
3rd call for i4i Challenge Awards
To be confirmed
Aim: Tohelp health researchers maximise their chances of success when applying for funding and investment.
Eligibility: SMEs, academic researchers and clinicians applying to i4i or other medical-based funds, those seeking investment to take their early-stage products forward or to market.
Format: Four days and one evening intensive residential programme at Henley Business School.
Cost: £1750 per participant (excl VAT).
Next courses: the evening of Wednesday 9 to Friday 11 October and Monday 11 to Tuesday 12 November 2013.
Accelerator Programme Director, Ed Cooper
Tel: 0118 935 7115
Tel: 020 8843 8015
NIHR CCF (i4i), Grange House, 15 Church Street, Twickenham, TW1 3NL