NIHR Doctoral Research Fellowship – Mr Ricky Wade
£375K over 3 years to work on “enhanced imaging for better clinical outcomes in trauma patients”. Surgical MIC is providing support into design of intervention.
NIHR Doctoral Research Fellowship – Mr Stephen Chapman
£420K over 3 years to work on “prevention of postoperative ileus in patients undergoing major colorectal surgery”. Surgical MIC is providing support for study design, liaison with commercial partners and patient and public involvement.
NIHR Doctoral Research Fellowship – Mr Neil Corrigan
£299K over 5 years to work on “Trial design and analysis to incorporate the complexities of surgery”. Surgical MIC is providing patient and public involvement input for advisory group.
Bowel Cancer UK/Royal College of Surgeons of England jointly-funded fellowship – Mr Joshua Burke
£265K on “Using stem cells to reduce complications after bowel cancer surgery“. Surgical MIC is facilitating this research which supports the anastomotic leak unmet need.
Leeds Cares Fellowship – Mr Joshua Burke
£50K over 12 months
Academy of Medical Sciences Starter Grants for Clinical Lecturers – Mr Yazan Sulaiman Khaled
£30K to develop a novel theranostic nanoparticle for precision surgery in pancreatic cancer. Surgical MIC is providing clinical and academic expertise.
NIHR Surgical Trials Professorship – Professor Deborah Stocken
£1.5 million to develop SIGMA-S Statistical Innovation and Guidance on Methods and Analysis in Surgery.
Research Fellow in Smart Sensor Systems for Healthcare – TBA
The ‘Socksess’ project aims to create new technology to help make people with diabetes aware of how much pressure they put on their feet and prevent ulcers. We will develop and test a new ‘smart-sensing sock’ that will ‘reconnect people with their feet’ and help prevent ulcers and amputations. Surgical MIC providing engineering expertise.
Research Fellow in Health Economics (x2) – TBA
Circular Economy for Medical Devices – one role involves the use of Simulation modelling techniques for circular economy of small medical devices, for a greener NHS.
Research Fellow in Materials for Sustainable Medical Devices – TBA
Circular Economy for Medical Devices – Materials research in developing sustainable medical devices for a circular economy