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Head of MedTech SuperConnector
Hiten is responsible for the design, launch, and delivery of MTSC and oversees each programme run at the SuperConnector.
Hiten has a broad skill set that includes, programme management, senior operations’ roles, and marketing & sales. He also has a keen understanding of the challenges that startups face and has used this insight to develop MTSC and ensure it has the right support ecosystems.
Augusta oversees the delivery of the accelerator, key events and day-to-day programmatic operations. She is also supporting the development of a framework to evaluate the outputs of the SuperConnector itself.
Augusta has worked across several sectors and has successfully coordinated the running of multi-partner programmes, business operations and sales & marketing teams.
MedTech SuperConnector is now accepting applications for its next cohort of postdoctoral researchers and postgraduate students from all disciplines from its eight partner institutions to join its accelerator programme.
The accelerator programme is a six-month learning journey providing participants with entrepreneurship training, masterclasses and access to domain expertise along with project funding (up to £45,000 accessible over 12-months). Eligible applicants will also be able to apply for the salary replacement scheme (part-time) covering the six-month accelerator programme learning journey to take time away from the lab (up to £25,000 including on costs).
Applications close 11:59pm Sunday 20 March 2022
News and Events
In the second instalment of our case study series we are looking at Queen Mary University of London, an institution with a strong tradition of life science research and its own successful technology translation programme. Read more
The next cohort of MedTech SuperConnector will offer selected early-career researchers support to turn research into medical technology ventures Read more
We're delighted to announce that MTSC has received a further £3.44 million follow-on funding from Research England to continue our initiatives and widen the reach of our activities Read more