ADVANCING in-vivo imaging for stratified medicine – another day of TSB ‘weariness’ turning into hope!?

Stem cell image as input to prototype software

I was there, when the TSB was launched at the Barbican how many years ago? How many briefing meetings for ‘competitions’ for money have I attended since?

Re-visualisation as ‘proof of concept’, i.e. a new software method for analysing images is born!

Well, first of all, they have been great opportunities for

  • knowing what the competition is up to – why should my software methods be unique!?…
  • learning what the Zeitgeist is in terms of issues to be addressed
  • networking with potential clients and appreciating the problems to be solved.

Today, I enjoyed the meeting whose value gets enhanced through the organisation of 1-to-1 meetings of 15 minutes. A great way of making sure that the right people talk to the right people when they are all at the same time in the same place!

It’s about forming the ‘ideal consortium’ for this competition to advance in-vivo imaging for stratified medicine. I shall certainly do my best! Maybe the time is right at long last!?…



About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is
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