With the increasing number of elderly people and the rising awareness and pursuit for safe and effective prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of illness and disease, there has been a significant increase in the investment in research and development of healthcare instrumentation in the UK.

Why attend?

Open to industry, researchers, medical physicists and potential partners, this event will be an opportunity for you to explore through discussions and working sessions some of the key challenges and problems faced in the healthcare instrumentation sector and form the partnerships that will enable you to work together and apply for joint research funding.

For industry and public organisation participants, the benefits of attendance also include the opportunity to:

  • Meet virtually potential collaborators, based in the Department of Physics at the University of Liverpool, to solve business challenges through collaborative research and development.
  • Access specific research knowledge and support to enable you to prepare joint research proposals and develop new products.
  • Hear about funding opportunities available from a range of funders, including STFC, EPSRC, the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund, EU and CRUK.

Attendance is free of charge. Registration deadline: 31st March 2021.

Find out more about the University of Liverpool, Department of Physics:

Email questions to: c.astreos@liverpool.ac.uk


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