Eastern AHSN comes to SBC

  • Monday, 2 December 2019, 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM

Eastern AHSN turn great ideas into positive health impact by helping innovators navigate complex healthcare systems, generate a value proposition and convene stakeholders to overcome challenges together.  Dr Louise Jopling (Commercial Director) and Dave Carter (Commercial Business Lead) will be visiting the Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst to introduce themselves and the work of Eastern AHSN to support innovators like you to tailor your approach for uptake, adoption and spread within the NHS.

Location: SBC Incubator Building, Red Room 2

Date: 2nd December 2019

Time: 12:30 - 1:30pm (Presentation and 1 to 1 discussions to follow)

Eastern AHSN (Academic Health Science Network) is part of a national network of AHSNs established by the NHS to connect all partners in the health sector – the NHS, academic organisations, industry and the public.

How Eastern AHSN can help: through their network and expertise, they assist innovators (from start-ups to established businesses, including large corporates) by providing bespoke support to navigate product development, funding sources, business case development and engagement with stakeholders.  The AHSN is ambitious for patients and committed to working with industry to apply evidence to make change happen – their recent impact review (http://bit.ly/EasternAHSNImpact19) will give you an idea of the innovations that Eastern AHSN have supported over the past year within the East of England and their ambition for future work with innovators like you.

Please contact louise.jopling@eahsn.org and wesley.randle@stevenagecatalyst.com if you are interested in discussing your innovation at the SBC.

You can sign up to the Eastern AHSN newsletter here (http://eepurl.com/dujdyz)


Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst is the UK's leading open innovation campus with a focus on therapeutics.

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