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The workshop is led by the Digital Health Enterprise Zone (DHEZ) and Translate on behalf of the University of Bradford.
Find out more about DHEZ: http://www.dhez.org/about/what-we-do/
Find out more about Translate: http://www.translate-medtech.ac.uk/the-programme/
There are a limited number of spaces available for this workshop and spaces may be allocated on the basis of expertise, level of interest, etc, on the registration form. Book now.