Cambridge Medtech Solutions
Cambridge Medtech Solutions is an independent technical and strategic consultancy for the design, development and industrialisation of commercially successful medical devices and enabling technologies.
Drug Delivery | Critical Care | Regenerative Medicine | Life Sciences
Cambridge Medtech Solutions is dedicated to the rapid market introduction of robust and capable products that are safe and easy to use. Our team have guided the design, development and industrialisation of numerous medical devices and enabling technologies. Our expertise and experience in this highly regulated industry means that we are often at the forefront of translating science into commercial products.
In addition to adding value throughout the product life cycle, we work internationally with all sizes of company from virtual start-ups to multinational corporations.
We are based in Cambridge, UK, but have worked extensively on projects in USA, Europe and Japan.
Whether developing a new drug delivery device, a system to sustain a transplant organ, or a method to produce and deliver a novel cell therapy, we work with our clients across the industry and around the world to improve lives.
Notable projects include ...
• Clinical research platform for organ decellularisation and recellularisation
• Pre-clinical R&D of a non-invasive continuous glucose monitor
• Direction setting for a somatic cell therapy medicinal product (sCTMP under ATMP)
• Inhaler development
• Advanced cell culturing system
• Series of pharmaceutical research test systems
• Guidance on medical device development programmes
• Engineering tools and systems for improved quality and efficiency
• Cohort tracking and data visualisation tool
Cambridge Medtech Solutions has been shortlisted as finalists in both the ‘Commercial Business in the Community’ and ‘Social Enterprise Award’ categories in the prestigious Hertfordshire Business Awards.
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