Find out more about our programme, the application process or how you can get involved below.
There are 4 Cohorts across 3 years, cohorts are expected to begin every 8 months. We are accepting applications for the next cohort, Challenge Accelerator, you can apply here.
Making multiple applications will not negatively impact the assessment of your application.
This is a 6 month part-time programme with an expected minimum commitment of 15 hours per week – but like any accelerator programme, startup or venture, the more you put in the more you get out.
Please register your interest here. If you would like a more informal conversation about the mentoring programme please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We always welcome new partnerships and collaborators. Please email us at email@example.com for a more detailed discussion.
PhD students are eligible subject to the following conditions – your supervisor would be happy for you to interrupt your PhD, interrupting your PhD will not negatively impact on your PhD, your PhD is not funded in a way that would be jeopardised if you were to interrupt your PhD.
The PI will not necessarily be the existing PhD supervisor.
MedTech SuperConnector does not take IP. The IP ownership will reside within the respective HEI(s) associated with the participant(s).
The main purpose of the funding is to enable teams to work on their projects directly. Any external advice or consultancy should be kept to a minimum.
Yes, but, Early Career Researchers, Postdocs and PhD students need to have support from their P.I. to be on the programme
You can find out more about how to apply and the application process here.
We are willing to consider applications from individuals not associated with one of the partner institutions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
No, the Innovation Lab is a key part of the selection and team building process.
If you come with a pre-existing idea you must be prepared for the idea to change direction, develop and belong to the group of individuals in your team.
The teams should be between 2-3 individuals including the team lead.
Ideally each team needs to be made up of members from at least two different institutions, and have complementary skills.
The challenges will be revealed on or before the Innovation Lab. The challenges may come from partner organisations, corporate partners, and public sector initiatives.
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