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Biomedical Translational Research Series 

As part of a series of events focused around Biomedical Translational research

A Research Services research event
Date9 January 2018
Time11:40 to 13:10
PlaceLSI Seminar Room A

Event Recording

A recording of talks and presentations can be found on the University's Recap Webpage.

Event information

Researchers are often excited about the potential of their research to ultimately impact on human health but are unclear of the path to get it there. 

As part of a series of events focussed around Biomedical Translational research on the 9 January we will be running a session on what translational funding really means, and how to take a basic research concept through the development pathway.

You will also hear about the points to consider when pulling together a research plan in this space including practical tips, and outlining the internal funding and support available.

Speakers will include:

  • Dr Nicola Shepherd, Director at Bellows Consulting
  • Professor John Terry Co-Director of Translational Research Exchange@ Exeter (TREE) 
  • Dr Adrian Hill, Senior Impact and Partnership Development Manager, Healthcare and Biotechnology, Innovation, Impact and Business (IIB)

Event Series 

This event will be followed up with an opportunity to network with biomedical experts in the region on Thursday 15 February.

The Exeter Initiative for Science and Technology was set up two years ago by Exeter’s Chamber of Commerce to act as a network and showcase for STEMM focused activities in and around Exeter.

It is supported by University of Exeter, Exeter City Council and the Met Office (amongst others).

On Thursday 15 February, the University, supported through the Translational Research Exchange @Exeter (TREE), and Exist will be holding a joint event at the LSI with a focus on Translational Medicine.

Speakers include: 

The audience will consist of relevant members of the local business community, and key members of the UoE community. Alongside the talks themselves, this event provides a good opportunity to network and showcase LSI, its designated space for translation and impact work, and meet with key influencers from UEMS, University of Exeter and the local business community. The event will also be followed by a tour of the building. 

Due to limited spaces for the session on the 15 February, please express an interest in attending the session when completing the online form

Registration

To register your interest in attending this session, please complete the online form.

If you have any questions please contact: research-events@exeter.ac.uk.


ProviderResearch Services
OrganizerResearch Sevices

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