Tuesday 1 November 2016 12.00 – 4.00pm at the Berrick Saul Building, University of York, a networking lunch will be provided.
I4i is a translational funding scheme that supports preclinical and clinical development of innovative medical technologies. I4i aims to ‘de-risk’ early stage projects with strong potential for commercialisation and use in the NHS and make them attractive to follow-on funders/investors.
This is an opportunity to hear from the Director of the i4i programme, Martin Hunt, exactly what makes a strong and fundable bid. Advisers from the Research Design Service Yorkshire and the Humber will also be available to give informal advice.
The event will cover:
- An overview of the i4i programme
- Practicalities of applying
- What the funding panel look for in applications
- Examples of successful and current i4i research
- Researcher experience of applying for i4i
- Role of the NIHR Research Design Service (RDS) in supporting i4i applicants
- Public involvement in research
- Role of the RDS in supporting other NIHR and national peer reviewed funding streams
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