Working with industry
The Skin Integrity Research Centre works collaboratively with medical device, wound healing and pharmaceutical organisations to provide evidence-based research that supports product and therapy development.
Alongside projects funded by industry, we support Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) with a range of companies. A KTP is a three-way partnership between a business, an academic institution and a graduate. The purpose is to help businesses innovate and grow by giving them access to university expertise. KTPs are part funded by a grant and can last for up to three years.
Current KTP projects include:
The aim of this study is to develop and validate a community care pathway for chronic oedema.
Smith & Nephew
Understanding enablers and barriers to commissioning wound healing in Nottinghamshire and understanding the size, impact and health burden.