2.00 - 4.00pm (UTC)
3.00 - 5.00pm (CET)
via Livestorm
Join the DERMA project team and learn about new materials that have been developed for the care of chronic wounds – including a diagnostic material to detect infection, and new materials for wound odour control and antimicrobial delivery.


Premier of “Biomaterials in Action” | 2.00  - 3.00pm UTC / 3.00 - 4.00pm CET

Debuting our documentary film, “Biomaterials in Action”, explaining the DERMA project and its results - featuring interviews with the consortium and the premier of new animations illustrating the developed technologies. With live chat feed.

Interactive panel discussions and Q&A | 3.00 -  4.00pm UTC / 4.00 - 5.00pm CET

Panel 1 – Advances in Wound Management 

A discussion of the current state of play of chronic wound management, the need for innovations, and a reflection on the DERMA project results and how they fit in the wider context of wound management. 

Panel 2 - Technology Transfer Workshop
Experts with proven experience of product development will advise on how to realise products by bringing them to market. An opportunity for problem solving for those engaged in the field.

Open Q&A with all panellists

Panels participants will include academics, clinicians, and industry experts.

School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences, Leaf Hospital & Centre for Regenerative Medicine and Devices (Lead Partner)

Faculties of Creative and Cultural Industries, Science and Health, and Technology

Development agency dedicated to tech transfer and business development in the life sciences sector in the North of France 

The Polymer Chemistry and Biomaterials Group (PBM) and the UZ Ghent Burn Centre

This project has received funding from the Interreg 2 Seas programme 2014–2020 co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund under subsidy contract number DERMA 2SO1-027.
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DERMA aims to design and develop innovative technologies for the prevention and management of chronic dermal wounds, to which elderly people and diabetics are especially vulnerable. Our work is expected to provide both social and economic benefits for the 2 Seas region.
Dr. Iain ALLAN
University of Brighton
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