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Healthcare Photonics for Industry – joint NHSA-CPI Workshop
Tue, November 1, 2016, 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM GMT
Photonic technologies play an important role in many different aspects of healthcare, from imaging and therapy through to diagnostics, in surgery and point of care instrumentation. The purpose of this workshop is to bring together the community of companies and other stakeholders who are active in this field in order to promote collaboration and new translational research projects.
Who should attend?
Companies already active in the broad area of Healthcare Photonics or who are interested in entering this market. Research active medical professionals and clinical experts in technology translation and commercialisation. Academics involved in the translation and application of photonics-based technologies to healthcare applications.
Why you should attend
Participants will get information about clinical needs which could be addressed using photonics and about some of the latest available photonic technologies.
Welcome and registration
Overview of Centre for Healthcare Photonics at CPI
Dr Arun Harish, CPI
Future drivers for healthcare and priorities for the North
Dr Hakim Yadi, NHSA CEO
Photonics methods applied to colorectal cancer surgery
Helen Andrew, Colorectal Cancer HTC, Leeds
Regulatory Compliance and NHS Adoption of medical devices
Dr Tom Beale - Regional Medical Physics Department, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle upon Tyne
Single Photon Detection: Integrated Technology and Application Development
Prof John Girkin, University of Durham
Mid Infra-red Devices- Opportunities
and Challenges in Healthcare applications
Dr Kenneth Kennedy, Stratium Ltd
Modular Molecular Spectroscopy – from Research to Finished Product
Henry Langston, Ocean Optics
Optical Coherence Tomography and Mid-IR spectroscopy - areas of common need in photonic integration
Professor Steve Matcher, University of Sheffield
Grant funding opportunities currently available for Healthcare photonics
Anke Lohmann, Head of Emerging Technologies, KTN and Matt Chapman, Transfer Manger in Medical technologies, KTN