Blog Archive for July 2014

Growth stories: Katie Timms

March 31, 2017

In 2016, MeDe Innovation funded 7 PhD students to undertake a secondment within the scope of our research. Our ‘Growth stories’ series gives an overview of their expereinces, and highlights how our funding is helping to develop their careers   Secondment: Research in Government and Parliament – Katie Timms   Why undertake a secondment?   […]

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Looking forward: Dr Maria Katsikogianni

February 2, 2017

Our ‘Looking forward’ series gives an insight into the developing careers of MeDe Innovation community alumni, and how the programme has helped them to achieve their goals. The second blog in the series is from Dr Maria Katsikogianni, a Lecturer of Biomaterials Chemistry at the University of Bradford. Maria recently won the MeDe Innovation ‘Dragons […]

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British Council/NSFC Newton Early Career Researcher Workshop: A review

January 25, 2017

Professor Phil Coates recently facilitated a workshop in China aimed at helping Early Career Researchers forge new collaborations in healthcare technologies for aging populations. Here is his review of the activities and outcomes from the meeting:   “It has been a delight to see our Early Career Researcher attendees share expertise and look so fervently for new […]

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Looking forward: Alan Parish

December 1, 2016

Our ‘Looking forward’ series gives an insight into the developing careers of MeDe Innovation community alumni, and how the programme has helped them to achieve their goals. The first blog in the series is from Alan Parish, a Medical Imaging and Modelling Consultant currently working at inMateriis in Mexico after working on research under Theme […]

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Reaching-out into year three

September 25, 2015

September is a notoriously busy month for outreach and engagement in the academic calendar and 2015 has been no different!   We’ve published our second annual review: highlighting further achievements from the EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Medical Devices. This 28 page summary of activity is broken into three chapters: Delivering a national centre; […]

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