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As part of the UK Industrial Strategy, UK Research and Innovation will soon launch a £98m fund which will focus on driving innovation for healthy ageing. This is a fantastic opportunity for researchers, innovators and businesses of all sizes to develop innovative new products and services focused on improving lives within an ageing population. At this event Prof Mike Catt, Director of the National Innovation Centre for Ageing, will discuss the fund and the work that he and his colleagues from Newcastle University and beyond are doing that aims to place the north at the heart of the activity. Come along and get involved.
Mike Catt is Director of the National Innovation Centre for Ageing and a Professor of Practice in the Faculty of Medicine, Newcastle University.Read More
Mike Catt is Director of the National Innovation Centre for Ageing and a Professor of Practice in the Faculty of Medicine, Newcastle University.
Mike is also a member of the senior leadership team for the NIHR Innovation Observatory at Newcastle University.
Prior to moving to Newcastle University under MRC funding in 2009, Mike was Head of the ‘Healthy Ageing’ programme at Unilever Corporate Research Colworth Laboratory and was previously Head of New Technology and Research at Unipath Diagnostics. Mike has subsequently undertaken consultancy for both multinational and SME in-vitro diagnostic and consumer health and wellbeing companies and has been both a founder and active contributor to a number of start-ups, contributing IP, technical and management expertise.
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