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Oxford University Hospitals and Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group have won Cancer Care Team of the Year at The BMJ Awards for an innovative cancer pathway run at the Churchill Hospital in Oxford.
The Translational Research Office (TRO) can advise on translational research projects ensuring their progression towards novel therapies, techniques and medical products with therapeutic value.
The Translational Research Office (TRO) can offer support from the outset of any translational project – developing a ‘roadmap to implementation’ for novel therapies and medical technologies.
The Translational Research Office (TRO) manage a number of devolved funding streams targeting early stage proof-of-concept projects and have extensive knowledge of the UK translational funding landscape. We can help source the most appropriate funding scheme for projects and ensure that the most compelling cases for support are generated. Securing funding enables projects to progress along the translational path, de-risking future investment.
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Ultromics’ EchoGo system selected among first winners of new £140m NHS AI in Health and Care Award