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jmiddleton26
09-30-2002, 02:38 AM
Meditech: The RESEArch AND
Medical Technology Network

Invitation and call for delegates, researchers, and
medical technology industries

Funding Opportunties and Research
Priorities in Medical Device
Technologies, Biomaterials,
Biomechanics and Biomedical
Engineering.

Wednesday 9th October,
2002

National Physical Laboratory(NPL)
Queens Road
Teddington, Middlesex
London

Sponsored by NPL and the Welsh Development
Agency


We are pleased to invite you to attend the first meeting
of the newly formed MEDITECH, Medical Technology
and Engineering Research Network
. The objectives of the
Network are to bring together industrial organisations,
research centres, bioengineering laboratories and
academe to address new initiatives and identify
opportunities in the broad area of medical device
technology. The aim is to expand the network
internationally and to provide an effective forum for
communication between research centres, industrial
organisations and funding bodies that are interest in
developing the next generation of medical devices and
products together with extending the knowledge base
associated with manufacture, design and biomedical
engineering. This meeting provides presentations on
new large scale funding opportunities including the
forthcoming FP6 Framework, the Faraday Centre and
EPSRC initiatives. The programme also includes
experience of collaboration within biomedical projects
within the EC and prospects for the future. Industrial
organisations are particularly welcome to attend since
many of the funding steams will require joint
industrial/academic partnerships.

Coffee: 9.00 – 9.45 Main Lecture Theatre, New
Building

9.45 – 10.00 The Meditech Network: aims and
objectives.
Dr. Paul Tomlins, NPL and Prof.
John Middleton, UWCM

10.00– 10.40 The European Union FP6
Programme: Essential information
on the new framework.
Mr. John Sillwood, NPL

10.40 – 11.20 The New Medical Devices Faraday
Partnership–an opportunity for all.
Sue Dunkerton, TWI – Cambridge

11.20 – 12.00 Research and European
Collaboration in Italy
Prof. Arturo Natali, University of
Padova, Italy

12.00 – 12.40 EPSRC Funding opportunities in
Biomedical Engineering.
Dr. Emily Horwood. EPSRC
Healthcare and Biomedical
Research.

12.40 – 2.00 Buffet lunch

2.00 – 3.30 Networking, Poster presentations,
Company presentations

3.30. Closure


The meeting will be free of charge and delegates will be
registered on a first come first served basis.

We are pleased to invite delegates, research centres,
industrial companies, academics and funding agencies
to provide Posters, Research Information, Product
Demonstration, Software Presentations etc., for the
Networking session.

You may register directly through the Meditech website
or contact Jane on
. John Middleton, Professor of
Biomechanical Engineering
Biomechanics Research Unit
University of Wales College of Medicine
Cardiff Medicentre
Heath Park
Cardiff CF14 4UJ, Wales, UK
Tel/fax: 02920 682161
email: middletonj2@cardiff.ac.uk

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