Delivered in partnership by Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the University of Cambridge, the NIHR Brain Injury HTC works collaboratively with academics from a broad range of disciplines to develop concepts of new medical devices and healthcare technologies that improve the effectiveness and quality of healthcare services.
The NIHR Brain Injury HTC ‘Innovations Small Funding Competition 2014-15’ and the first round of the ‘Seedcorn Funding Competition 2016-17’ have seed funded 15 national projects that address the unmet needs that have been identified through the various methodologies with a ‘Strategic Roadmapping’ programme explored by the Brain Injury HTC.
Nationally supported workstreams
- Neurorehabilitation & Medical Device Development Workstream
- Multimodal monitoring, Intracranial dynamics and Neuro-oncology Workstream
- Acute care and Functional neuroimaging Workstream
- Cognition and Neurodevelopmental Disorders Workstream
- Clinical Informatics Workstream
- Stem cells and Neurodegeneration Workstream
- Perinatal & Paediatrics Workstream
- Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) Workstream
For more information on the projects, please visit our Projects page
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