AHSN

AcronymDefinition
AHSNArabization of Health Sciences Network (WHO EMRO)
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The established health and science network UCLPartners - of which Queen Mary, University of London is a member - has been named as one of these AHSNs.
Chris Kennelly, managing director of Cievert Ltd and creator of the PET systems, said: "It's fantastic to be recognised by AHSN and have their financial backing.
Peter Homa, Chief Executive of Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust and Interim Chair for the East Midlands AHSN, said:
The development of AHSNs was recommended in Sir David's December 2011 report Innovation, Health and Wealth.
The AHSN NENC support for our international health links project has come at just the right time and will help position the region as leaders in this area.
The AHSN NENC is dedicated to improving healthcare, driving wealth creation and promoting research participation within the region.
Mr Kennelly added: "I wouldn't have been able to get to this exciting stage without the support I have received from both Newcastle Science City and the AHSN NENC.
e funding from AHSN for North East and North Cumbria will enable us to gain further knowledge and understanding of blood clotting in patients who have had operations and lead to further reduction of death and long term eects from VTE and Hart Biologicals will provide further matched funding worth PS56,032.
AHSN NENC has invested more than PS3m to support 45 projects selected to improve health outcomes for patients and to support North East businesses involved in health technologies to create jobs and wealth in the region.