22 Nov Jiva.ai wins Innovate UK funding for Advanced Diagnostics Innovation Programme
Jiva.ai in collaboration with the University of Manchester and others, have been awarded part of a £5.5m Innovate UK grant on behalf of UKRI, to advance the use of novel diagnostics across Greater Manchester. The project is part of a cohort of 7 projects running concurrently.
Following on from the successful collaboration from 2020, due to complete early next year, where Jiva joined the University of Manchester, University of Nottingham, major industry players such as Roche Diagnostics, and GE Healthcare, as well as other SMEs for the Innovate UK award ID-Liver – a project accelerating the production of early diagnostic tools for Liver Disease (more details can be found here). This further project will see the team looking at automation in the liver disease diagnostics pathway.
Partners and Collaborators:
Mindfield Advertising and Marketing Limited
By Gamers, For Gamers Ltd
The Sollis Partnership Ltd
Graphnet Health Limited
BCN Group Ltd
APIS Assays Technology Ltd
Manish Patel (Jiva.ai, CEO) said “Our entry into this project builds on the success of previous grant-funded projects and the tremendous progress the team has made to make the Jiva.ai platform a credible and high-performing asset. In this new project we extend and innovate new ways of enabling automation within clinical pathways as well as accelerating R&D within healthcare more generally – an initiative that has traceable consequences to patient benefits and the wider UK economy. I’m thrilled that the Jiva.ai team has the opportunity to make an impact here and I’m very much looking forward to the collaboration. ”