Webinar on The benefits of a Quality Management System for research and invention commercialisation 18 November 10:00 to 12:00

Webinar details:
Date: 18 November 2021
Time:10:00 to 12:00
Platform: live on Microsoft Teams
RSVP to Yandi Sopete by yandi.sopete@uct.ac.za

For more information contact:
Saberi Marais saberi.marais@uct.ac.za
and/ or
Yandi Sopete yandi.sopete@uct.ac.za
on 021 650 431

Quality Management Systems can play an important role in enabling innovation. They can provide a framework for project planning and information management; and ensure that the translation of research can occur seamlessly from Universities to Industry partners.
UCT Research Contracts and Innovation (www.rci.uct.ac.za) have joined forces with MeDDIC (Medical Device and Diagnostic Innovation Cluster (MeDDIC) ) to bring you this informative webinar.
The Webinar aims to introduce the benefits of establishing a QMS framework at the invention development and validation stages to aid the innovation management and commercialization of research outputs.
Join the CSIR team: Kahesh Dhuness, Jeremy Wallis and Mark Bodley; and Saberi Marais from RC&I in this informative webinar.
About MeDDIC:
The Medical Device and Diagnostic Innovation Cluster (MeDDIC) is a national initiative created to
exploit a high concentration of skills, expertise, infrastructure and companies across South Africa within the medical devices field. The initiative, supported by the Technology Innovation Agency (TIA) and the Department of Science and Innovation (DSI), is aimed at stimulating and intensifying technology innovation within the sector as well as encouraging an integrated ecosystem in support of increasing the competitiveness of the industry. It is hosted by the South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC) under the Global Health Innovation Accelerator (GHIA) program.