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Oxford BioDesign Workshop

The Oxford Biodesign Workshop provides a unique opportunity to learn about different approaches to BioDesign across Europe and in-depth insights in to the Oxford Programme.
When Apr 20, 2017
from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Where St Catherines College
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Contact Phone 01865617706
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The Oxford Biodesign Programme teaches the Biodesign Process – a systematic and proven approach to clinical needs finding and creatively inventing new biomedical technologies that take into account the important stakeholders of current healthcare settings, with a particular focus on digital health.

Rather than providing a theoretical lecture series, Oxford Biodesign is delivered by an interactive hands-on approach to provide entrepreneurial participants with experience in the wide spectrum of skills needed as a medical innovator: analyzing important unmet medical needs by directly observing clinical practice, designing and IP protecting innovative solutions that address these needs, and translating the most promising concept into actual patient care.

The Fellowship programme at Oxford will be recruiting at the beginning of April. This workshop provides a great opportunity to experience the Biodesign process for those who are interested in it. For further information visit:


0900 – Registration (with Tea and Coffee)
0930 – Welcome by Prof Maarten De Vos & Dr Jeroen Bergmann
0940 – Biodesign Methodology Workshop: Dr Paul Anglim, BioInnovate Ireland
1045 - Break
1100 – Workshop Session: Sjoerd Haasl, PhD, Assoc Prof, Clinical Innovation Fellow, Director Clinical Innovation Fellowships, Act. Dir. UHI. KTH, School for Technology and Health - Unit for Health Innovation
1230 – Fellowship Programme: Overview of programme, including insights from current Fellows
1300 – Lunch
1400 – Workshop Session: Raquel Riera, Head of Innovation and Talent Development, Biocat
1500 – Break
1515 – Workshop Session: Lean Business Entrepreneurship Platform - Its use in need-driven innovation. Martin Vesterby, INNO-X
1615 – Innovation Oxford
1630 – Fellowship Programme details, QA session and how to apply.
Thank you & drinks

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