Translational Research and
Innovation strategy

Strategies from discovery to

These are linked with the four research themes summarised below. Our endeavour is to demonstrate how we utilise novel advanced imaging with specific artificial intelligence tools (AI-ART doctoral training programme) and biomechanical-engineering to address mechanistic disease questions. To this end we will set up various platforms within our Centre with the already established precision medicine networks in Glasgow, Oxford and Cardiff (such as the National Consortium of Intelligent Medical Imaging (NCIM) and Radiomics in Oxford and Cardiff respectively) this would contribute to answering our biomechanistic questions with cutting edge tools. It is by utilising advanced spectroscopy, both light and electron microscopy quantitative imaging, as well as medical imaging that we can create a quantifiable spatio-temporal landscape related to underpinning the mechanisms in the dysregulation of molecular signalling.

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CTI Research
and Organisation

CTI’s areas of research are focussed on interdisciplinary translational research with a genuine impact on the quality of patient care. The overall research trajectory of CTI comprises of

CTI Charter

In November 2020 we released the Charter for the Centre for Therapeutic Innovation. The Charter was implemented to allow members to have a clear understanding of what is expected from them in CTI, as well as what the benefits of being a member of the Centre are.

CTI charter

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