A collaboration of leading applied health researchers has recieved £9m of funding from the National Institute for Health Research to help patients in Oxford and the Thames Valley benefit from new treatments and techniques in healthcare. Triteq works with existing and emerging technologies to help customers bring products to market on time and within budget.

The collaboration will also build on many years of Oxford research into how technology can help patients to monitor their health and treatment: a new project will evaluate the impact of increasing patient self-management in chronic lung disease, pregnancy and mental health.  The collaboration will be in partnership with the Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust as well as other local Health Trusts and clinical commissioning groups. The £9m is Oxford's share of £124m of government funding going to 13 research teams across the country to help them tackle some of the nation's most pressing health problems.

As members of ISIS we have an extensive network of contacts and clients in and around Oxford and to enable our contacts in this location to meet with us easily and frequently we opened an office in The Oxford Science Park, within the Magdalen Centre, eighteen months ago. Triteq are one of the leading medical design and product development companies  in Oxford. We are frequently sought after to support spin-outs and start -ups and have an excellent track record in developing long standing relationships with our clients.

This month we will be at Oxford Science Park on 11th September for the networking Breakfast meeting the ISIS Dinner on 18th September and at Oxford Entrepreneurs on the 19th September from 6.30pm.

The Oxford Science Park is located approx. 4 miles south east of Oxford City centre. When travelling from the north use the M40 Junction 9, or from London use the M40 Junction 8.

For more info on the funding announcement for Oxford and the Thames Valley.