Join University of Liverpool for a half-day workshop of collaboration which will look to address some of the pressing challenges in Personalised Health and develop fully funded research projects, followed by a networking lunch.
Personalised health enables the tailoring of treatments to the individual, giving people the choice and control over the way their care is planned and delivered, based on their needs. It considers genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors when designing treatment plans and preventive measures.
The University of Liverpool’s research in Personalised Health is world-leading, spanning a spectrum of therapeutics from production and delivery including cancer, pharmacology, nanotechnology, biomedical engineering, healthtech and digital. At the University of Liverpool, we aim to maximise the efficiency of medical treatment while improving patient quality of life. There is huge potential to add value to our research by engaging with the wider industry and academic community to co-create challenge-led research projects that benefit the wellbeing of patients and society.
This workshop aims to develop solutions to personalised health-related problems by facilitating collaborative projects that develop new technologies and approaches that can inform diagnosis, treatment, and prevention strategies. The workshop is an opportunity to network and connect with people in academia and industry to share insights, discuss challenges and form collaborative projects leading to fully funded research projects. We are inviting academics from across all three faculties and external companies working in the area of new materials and approaches to making and using medicines with the aim to:
- Raise awareness of the University of Liverpool’s research in Personalised Health to academics and external stakeholders
- Align research activity with industry-led challenges, and identify overlaps with personalised health and other research activity across the University of Liverpool
- To initiate and shape funded projects between academics and external stakeholders
- Provide networking opportunities.