Theme: Digital Health
Academic Industry Meeting day, or AIMday, is centred around workshops whereby companies submit questions within the event topic. Academics from across the University with knowledge on how to address the specific challenges presented by the companies can self-select those questions most of interest to them. Then, on the day, the academics attend a one hour workshop face to face with the company to discuss possible pathways to a solution.
Oxford’s first AIMday will be on 20th June at the University’s Mathematical Institute. This AIMday is focussed at engaging with industry to learn about how we can help solve problems in eHealthcare and Big Data. We are particularly keen to hear from you about issues related to:
- Patient Engagement
- Population Health & Epidemiology
- Genomics & Personalised medicine
- M-health & Self-Monitoring
- Image Analysis
- Meaningful Data
- Linking Data
- Social Care
Digital Strategy at the University of Oxford
Oxford is a world-leading centre of learning, teaching and research and the oldest university in the English-speaking world. The University’s reputation in research, education, and engagement will be underpinned by an innovative and holistic digital capability. This will support the significance, capacity, and impact of the University’s research; the variety and distinction of the learning, teaching and student experience that it provides; and will inform its present strategic priorities of interdisciplinary scholarship and global reach.
Medical Sciences Division
The Medical Sciences Division is an internationally recognised centre of excellence for biomedical and clinical research and teaching. The division has been ranked number one for the last five years in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings for clinical, pre-clinical and health sciences – the only non-North American institution to be top-ranked by THE in any subject discipline
Isis Innovation is the research and technology commercialisation company of the University of Oxford. We provide access to technology from Oxford researchers through intellectual property licensing, spin-out company formation and material sales, and to academic expertise through Oxford University Consulting.
Isis was named ‘Technology Transfer Unit of the Year 2014’ by Global University Venturing and in 2015 Isis Enterprise was awarded a Queens Award for Enterprise (International Trade).