Should I Apply? MTSC Venture Accelerator Info Event

Should I Apply? MTSC Venture Accelerator Info Event

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Enterprise Lab (Basement, Sherfield Building)

Imperial College London

South Kensington



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Are you developing a technology with applications in healthcare? Get it to the people who need it faster with our startup business accelerator.

Apply now for our Technology led Venture Accelerator Programme offering a salary replacement to take eight months (full-time) away from the lab to develop your medical technology into a business venture. The programme offers entrepreneurship masterclasses, specialist advice, access to co-working space and an allowance for travel and consumables (up to £45,000). The programme is open to all early career researchers, postdocs and PhD candidates with a medtech innovation in the lab at one of our partner institutions*

Please join us to find out more about the programme and application process on the 10th of July 2019 5:30pm-6:30pm, Enterprise Lab (Basement, Sherfield Building) Imperial College London


  • 5:30 - 6:00 programme offer & application process Hiten Thakrar, Programme Manager
  • 6:00 - 6:30 Q&A with the MTSC Team

Visit us at Application deadline: Sunday 21 July 2019.

Early Career Researchers will receive

  • Consumable & travel allowance (up to £45,000)
  • Entrepreneurship training
  • Business mentoring
  • Access to incubator / accelerator facilities
  • Access to industry networks
  • Salary replacement (amount to be confirmed at offer stage)

Principal Investigators will receive

  • Opportunity to demonstrate the impact of research
  • Fast-track commercialisation
  • More commercially aware postdocs and students
  • Consumables allowance for prototype development (up to £45,000)
  • Salary replacement for ECRs released onto the programme (amount to be confirmed at offer stage)

*MTSC partner institutions include Imperial College London, Queen Mary University of London, Bucks New University, Francis Crick Institute, Royal College of Art, Royal College of Music, Institute of Cancer Research and Royal Veterinary College.