Membership of Regener8 is free and it’s easy to sign up. Regener8 members benefit from the following:
Regener8 works with members to identify specific projects, form consortia and broker funding. In some cases we can project manage where appropriate.
World-leading science is essential but not enough to deliver successful translation and patient outcomes. By bringing together all stakeholders at an early stage, Regener8 is enabling a community approach to navigating the non-linear pathway towards innovation translation.
The renewal of funding for the IKC allows us to support Regener8 to continue this critical role.
Professor John Fisher, Regener8 Executive Director
Regener8 members also have access to a greater pool of expertise and resource as a result of the strategic alliance between Regener8 and the Medical Technologies Innovation and Knowledge Centre (IKC). The IKC focuses on the commercialisation of medical technology, facilitating collaborations between companies, engineers, scientists and clinicians. Working in collaboration with Regener8 and IKC provides the opportunity to: speed up route to market; ensure products and services are fit for purpose; reduce the risk of late-stage failure; and access resources to support innovation for new product development.
Access to world-class technology
Regener8 has close links with other networks across the UK and the N8 universities (Durham, Lancaster, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle, Sheffield and York), research institutes and clinical centres of excellence in regenerative medicine throughout the UK.
Early career researchers
Regener8 has a dedicated membership stream to support Early Career Researchers (ECRs) which is open to all ECRs working in relevant regenerative medicine and medical technology fields. Events (such as the ‘How to Choose and Secure Your Dream Career’ workshop) and visits to Regener8 member companies and other organisations are core benefits of membership. Networking with other ECRs and co-operation with ECR groups in allied organisations (MeDe Innovation, Medical Technologies IKC, EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Regenerative Medicine) are also available to members.
The Regener8 website www.regener8.ac.uk
typically attracts over 1,000 unique visitors per month and has referrals on key partner websites. Regener8 members are featured on the Regener8 website with a profile, logo web
link and contact details. Regener8 members can update and edit their personal or organisation details at any time, simply by logging into the site. Regener8 members can also post their own news and events to the website.
The site also features a fully searchable Expertise Directory to find Regener8 members by location and area of expertise.
Our regular e-newsletter contains news and events from members and the wider regenerative medicine community and is distributed to over 900 named individuals. If you’d like to receive the Regener8 e-newsletter, you can sign up via the website.
regen is the annual magazine for Regener8 members and the wider regenerative medicine community. Copies are distributed at Regener8 events and it is also available online on our website. Advertising packages are available.
The online events calendar on the Regener8 website is regularly updated with events that we think will be of interest to the regenerative medicine community.
We hold an annual conference, featuring respected academic, clinical and industry speakers from the translational regenerative community. Now established as one of the leading RegenMed events in the UK, the Regener8 annual conference offers networking and sales opportunities through the exhibition packages available.
Marketing and PR opportunities
Members can share their news on the Regener8 website, through the e-newsletter and in regen magazine.
For more information and to sign up as a Regener8 member, visit www.regener8.ac.uk
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