Achieving Impact in Healthcare: From Mathematics to Clinical Support Systems and Devices

This joint workshop of the five Centres will focus on translating mathematical research into technological advances, as well as outreach and linkage with clinicians and end-user companies. It will present the opportunity to hear in detail about the project collaborations, research and outcomes from each Centre. The programme will aim not only to nurture the mathematical research associated with the Centres, but to engage end-users to ensure that best practice is spread as widely as possible.

This workshop will also aim to coordinate and consolidate the research agenda within the Maths for Healthcare space for the subsequent five years and scope out a proposal for a six month Research Programme on the Mathematics of Healthcare to be held at the Isaac Newton Institute.
The workshop Programme is currently being developed and will feature talks from all five Centres. The themes of ‘Clinical Support Systems’, ‘Achieving Impact’ and ‘Mathematical Challenges” will be explored. Talks will cover a range of topics, including cross-methodology challenges for specific disease groups, cross-disease challenges for specific methodologies and machine learning customised for medical imaging.

The event will be of interest to researchers, clinicians and healthcare technologists from biomedical imaging, mathematics, engineering, computer science, biology and medicine and presents the opportunity for knowledge exchange and networking between senior scientists with relevant individuals from industry and government.

For more information please visit the event website here