The CVDHub’s novel, cross-specialty team is drawn from academics (Queen Mary University of London, University College London), clinicians (St Bartholomew’s Hospital, Barts Heart Centre, Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital), regulators and commercialisation experts. Bridging the gap between the clinical, engineering and industrial worlds, the CVDHub helps SMEs develop clinically and commercially viable cardiovascular devices.
The project is partly funded by the England European Regional Development Fund as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020 (€6.75m; Mathur), Barts Charity and a Wolfson Award.
For more information on the CVDHub’s services, process, facilities and team, or to get in touch please visit: www.cvdhub.co.uk
Clinical Director: Prof Anthony MathurScientific Director: Prof Rob KramsCommercial Director: Chas TaylorIndustrial Champion: Nigel Lambert
Key Clinicians and Researchers: Prof Andreas Baumbach, Prof Silvia Schievano, Dr Ryo Torii, Prof Peter Groves, Prof Amrita Ahluwalia, Dr Malcolm Finlay, Dr Debashish Das, Dr Christos Bourantas, Prof Alexandra Lansky, Dr Dan Jones, Dr Krishna Rathod