Research Opportunity at PDR

PDR are looking for a world leading researcher to join their team.  The Marie Skłodowska Curie Individual Fellowship (European Fellowship) is a prestigious European funding scheme that supports mobility, career development, and training within Europe, and offer up to 2 years’ highly competitive salary, a mobility allowance, family allowance and research costs.

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PDR Welcomes Latest Member of the Team

PDR's Surgical & Prosthetic Design group recently welcomed Teksin to their team. Her research, 'Embedded Sensors for Next Generation Compression Garments', will develop research in the field of lymphoedema care. With a background in industrial and user interface design, and 8 years of industry experience, she brings exciting new capabilities.


Job Opportunities at PDR

The Surgical & Prosthetic Design (SPD) team, holders of a Queen's Anniversary prize for Higher and Further Education, are pleased to offer two opportunities to join them as a Biomedical Research & Development Engineer or Research Officer as part of an industry-supported collaborative project exploring design opportunities for application in patient specific implantable device fabrication using additive manufacture, 3d printing and machining. 

Further details on the two positions and how to apply can be found at


Advanced Digital Tech. UK Conference

Dr Dominic Eggbeer and Peter Evans, on behalf of the ADT Foundation (UK Group) invite you to attend the 2017 conference in Cardiff on 17th-18th February.

Learn how advanced digital technologies can be effectively implemented to improve healthcare outcomes.

Hear from industry experts, engage with your peers in workshops, and discover the latest research at the only specialist head and neck conference for people interested in applying technologies.

The conference offers participants a hands-on approach; it is a unique chance to test the latest technologies for yourself.

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Pioneering Research Project Wins Prestigious Award


CARTIS is proud to announce that a project involving our team won The Engineer’s hotly contested ‘Collaborate to Innovate’ Award in the Health & Wellbeing category. This was awarded for the ADEPT - Additive manufacture for Design-led Efficient Patient Treatment – project which is a collaboration with Renishaw PLC , Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board (Maxillofacial Unit) and LPW Technology Ltd.

​ADEPT is a three-year project funded by Innovate UK and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. The project focuses on advancing design and 3D printing in cranio-maxillofacial surgery in order to produce bespoke implants and its aim is to create new software to produce commercially viable implants using a method that is significantly more efficient than other existing technology. The prototype ADEPT software automates a large amount of implant design, which makes it easier to order patient-specific implants. 

The Collaborate to Innovate (C2i) awards recognise all aspects of engineering - from the biggest and boldest infrastructure projects to the most fundamental technology breakthroughs. Effective collaboration is the lifeblood of engineering innovation, and C2i was looking to uncover and celebrate some of the UK's most inspiring, innovative and effective collaborative technology projects. Judged by a panel of leading UK engineers winning entries had to demonstrate that they were innovative, collaborative and likely to have an impact in their field of application.

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