Opportunities

In this section, we will publish details of opportunities that relate to the precision medicine sector, published by a variety of organisations. If you would like to have your opportunity listed in this section, please email contactus@pm.catapult.org.uk. You can also access various resources relating to the healthcare industry.

DiMeN Doctoral Training Partnership – Candidates with a first or upper second class honors degree, or significant research experience in a biological discipline, are invited to apply for this 3.5-year funded PhD project under the auspices of the University of Sheffield and MRC DiMeN Doctoral Training Partnership. Application deadline is 6 January 2017.

Innovation Surgeries – Kent Surrey Sussex Academic Health Science Network (KSS AHSN) and South East Health Technologies Alliance (SEHTA) are running two innovation surgeries (on 12 and 26 January 2017) to help companies develop their NHS value propositions and market access strategies.

Free London MedTech Business Surgeries – SEHTA, the Mayor of London, MedCity and Digitalhealth.London are running Business Mentor Surgeries for the London MedTech sector on 6 and 13 February at City Hall, London.

Innovate UK Funding Competition – open programme round 2 – Innovate UK is investing up to £15m in innovative research and development projects that will turn innovation excellence into economic impact for the UK.

Access to Research Funding – Ian Tracey, ‎Head of Access to Funding & Finance at The Knowledge Transfer Network, will be running a 2.5-hour panel which will be concluded by a Q&A session as part of the AcademiaPharma Conference on 22-23 February 2017.

Dedicated support to biotechnology SMEs closing the gap from lab to market – This Horizon 2020 opportunity is an SME instrument consisting of 3 phases, including coaching and mentoring service for beneficiaries.

Accelerating market introduction of ICT solutions for health, wellbeing and ageing well – This Horizon 2020 opportunity addresses the challenge of overcoming the current gaps in exploitation of promising research results in ICT for health, wellbeing and ageing well, and to stimulate increased availability and market uptake of relevant ICT products and services.

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