Scottish Health Innovations Ltd


NHS Lanarkshire Innovation Event

NHS Innovation Seminar
4th September 2014 16:30 To 19:00, Biocity Scotland

This event is a unique opportunity to visit BioCity Scotland, the home of life science innovation, to hear from a variety of senior clinicians from the Lanarkshire Area, including -

Eamonn Brankin - Clinical Director (Primary Care, NW Unit)
Stewart Campbell (HM)- Gastroenterologist Consultant
Girish Gupta - Consultant Dermatologist
John Harden -Consultant Emergency Medicine
Colin Lauder - Head of Planning and Development
Andrew MacDonald -Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
Manish Patel - Consultant Respiratory
Iain Wallace - Medical Director
Martin Whitehead - Consultant Geriatric Medicine


With backgrounds in Cardiology, General Practice, Gastroenterology, Dermatology, Emergency Medicine, Respiratory Medicine, Orthopaedics and Oncology, the clinicians will discuss their areas of expertise and share issues of unmet clinical need, with a view to seeking resolutions from biotechnology and/or life sciences companies.


This event provides a great opportunity to speak to like-minded individuals from your area and work together to seek opportunities and solutions to problem areas.


Who should attend? Companies interested in working with the NHS, academics and health practitioners and anyone with an interest in health care solutions.


Register your attendance here


On the move

SHIL's relocation to the Golden Jubilee National Hospital in Clydebank takes place on Friday the 29th of August, on this day communications are likely to be disrupted. This will include a change in phone numbers and postal details. 
SHIL would like to thank Greater Glasgow and Clyde Health Board for their hospitality at Gartnavel Royal. We look forward to moving to customised office space at the Golden Jubilee in order to accomodate the expanding number of staff at SHIL.

BioDundee 2014

On the 20th and 21st May, The West Park Hotel and Conference Centre was the host to the 14th Annual BioDundee International Conference. SHIL Business Development Managers Robert Rea (Tayside) and Martin Forrest (Aberdeen) were both in attendance.


BioDundee is a public/private partnership between the life science organisation in and around the Tayside region. The conference was a great opportunity for SHIL to network and raise our profile within the region. Hopefully encouraging increased disclosure of novel innovative ideas.


SHIL welcomes its first Project Manager on the graduate development scheme

Marianne Murphy joins SHIL with a BSc (hons) Immunology and Pharmacology from the University of Strathclyde. Marianne has a keen interest in technology assessment and development and has proven to be adept at market research analysis through her final year research project on the topic of Optogenetics. Marianne will be based in our Glasgow office where she will be contributing on a wide range of projects to ensure a broad grounding in the work that SHIL performs on behalf of NHS Scotland.


New SHIL BDM for Central Belt Appointed

SHIL welcomes a new member of staff, Sheena MacCormick, who is based at SHIL Head Offices in Glasgow. Sheena’s background is in patient centred care and patient survey work.  Prior to joining SHIL, she spent a number of years working on the English NHS patient survey programme. 


The programme enabled the systematic collection of patient feedback, across a range of healthcare settings. Sheena will be responsible for business development across the central belt and will be the contact for your IP questions and disclosures in this area. 


If you have an idea or would like some advice, please contact Sheena by clicking here


SHIL welcomes a new Project Manager

‘Scottish Health Innovations Ltd have recently appointed Kenny Mills as a Project Manager based at their Head Office in Gartnavel Hospital in Glasgow.
Before joining the team at SHIL, Kenny has worked as an advisor to clients wishing to develop or grow their own businesses. During this time he has provided support and advice to hundreds of companies in a wide and diverse range of sectors.
Prior to this he ran a number of his own businesses, more specifically in manufacturing, international trade and consultancy. During this time Kenny worked with some of the world’s leading OEM’s as well as some of the UK’s best known retailers and continues to maintain a keen interest in developing new enterprises.
Kenny also has a strong belief in the importance of promoting innovation and enterprise to the next generation and has mentored a number of enterprise groups in schools, some of which have gone on to win national awards for their business ideas.’
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