World-class Research at the University of Nottingham
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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. 

Skin Integrity

The University of Nottingham
Queen's Medical Centre
Nottingham, NG7 2HA

telephone: +44 (0) 115 823 0379