The Northern Alliance Advanced Therapies Treatment Centre (NA-ATTC) has been announced as the winner of the Bionow Healthcare Project of the Year Award 2019.

The award recognises the unprecedented collaboration between industry, NHS and academic partners to enable system readiness for the NHS to adopt innovative Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products.

The life sciences awards, now in their 18th year, celebrate the use of innovative approaches and projects which provide a major step forward in the area of research.

The NA-ATTC’s bid in this competition, titled ‘Delivering Advanced Therapies to NHS Patients at Scale’ was announced as the winner at the Awards Dinner on 28th November.  Neil Watson, co-Director of NA-ATTC said:

“We are delighted to have been acknowledged as Bionow’s leading healthcare project of the year. Over the past 18 months Northern Alliance has made great inroads into moving advanced therapies forward so they can be routinely and safely used for the benefit of patients. I’d like to thank our NA-ATTC  partners and collaborators who have come together to make the project a reality, and of course to Innovate UK for our ISCF funding. ”

The comprehensive submission beat off strong competition and included information on Clinical Need, Route to Market and Market Potential.

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