ELC GROUP to present at “Regulatory & Legal Affairs in Russia 2015” Conference

Cambridge, UK, 2nd February 2015 – ELC Group, one of the fastest-growing providers of regulatory affairs, today announces that its Senior Regulatory Affairs Manager Dr Parvinder Punia will be an invited speaker at the 3rd Annual Regulatory & Legal Affairs in Russia conference being held at the Marriott Grand Hotel in Moscow from February 10th – 12th 2015.

Four southern AHSNs launch new programme to accelerate health innovation in partnership with SETsquared

UK, 25th November 2014. – Four southern AHSNs launch new programme to accelerate health innovation in partnership with SETsquared

Four Academic Health Science Networks in the south of England have joined forces with the leading university business incubator, SETsquared, to set up a revolutionary new programme that could see more effective and better value healthcare technologies benefitting patients quicker than ever.

An extensive programme is being launched to help accelerate the faster adoption of cost effective innovation into healthcare across the region to benefit patients and the health economy. In this first round, up to 300 participants will be offered access to seminars, 3-day courses, tailored coaching and mentoring run by SETsquared.

The AHSNs, created by the government in 2013, bring together NHS, universities and industry to identify, test and roll out improvements to the health service.

Pharma eReport delivers V5-compliant solution to help MAHs meet December 31st XEVMPD resubmission deadline

Cambridge, UK, 15th September 2014 – Pharma eReport, a software and services company that delivers a comprehensive XEVMPD compliance solution for pharmaceutical regulatory professionals, today announces that its Centrality software is fully compliant with the latest XEVMPD schema changes mandated by the European Medicines Agency (EMA). Centrality offers Marketing Authorisation Holders a straightforward mechanism to import existing product data, update it to the new V5 schema and submit it to the EMA. The software has been successfully managing the re-submission process for customers since the V5 update came into force on 16th June 2014. Prospective users can register for a free online demonstration now at

ELC Group Appoints Head of Regulatory Affairs for Russia and CIS

Cambridge, UK, 28th July 2014. ELC Group, one of the fastest-growing providers of regulatory affairs, today announces the appointment of Inna Demidova as a Senior Regulatory Affairs Expert for Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). Previously with Ferring Pharmaceuticals as Regulatory Affairs Manager, Inna Demidova is an expert on both the Russian and CIS regulatory environment and clinical trials organisations, having managed numerous teams through rigorous registration, QA and medical activities.

Stannah 2000kg goods passenger lift – supporting King’s College Hospital with a goods-accompanied lift solution

London, UK, 24th June 2014. – A special Stannah 2000kg goods attendant lift was the perfect solution for the safe transit of goods and people in the Receipt and Distribution Unit of King’s College Hospital Business Park in the London Borough of Lambeth.

Stannah provided this unique solution to meet the specific lift requirements of the hospital. This industrial-duty, hydraulic-drive goods passenger lift is responsible for the movement of patient beds and supplies for King’s College Hospital – an acute care and major teaching facility on the same complex. It allows goods to be accompanied by up to two people whilst the lift travels between two floors at a speed of 0.140 m/s – a distance of 3225mm.

DNA Electronics’ Chris Toumazou wins European Inventor Award for Research

London, UK, 18th June 2014 – The Chairman and CEO of DNA Electronics, a provider of point-of-care genomic diagnostics solutions for medical and healthcare applications, Chris Toumazou, has been awarded the European Inventor Award 2014 in the Research category, for his rapid USB-based DNA testing device.

Announced at the European Inventor Awards ceremony in Berlin on June 17th 2014, Toumazou’s win recognises his contribution to medical research with his ground-breaking invention. The device, which can show the results of a DNA test within minutes, uses silicon transistors to identify DNA and RNA, offering a simpler, cheaper and more discrete alternative to existing DNA analysis equipment.


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