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UCL Enterprise Annual Review 2013/2014

Welcome to the third full year of the delivery phase of UCL’s enterprise strategy. As anticipated, our community continues to strive for excellence and that approach and commitment is clearly working. From working with corporations to assisting student entrepreneurs and spinning out research, We hope that you will enjoy reading about all our enterprise activities from across the university in this Annual Review for 2013/2014.

Professor Stephen Caddick
Vice-Provost (Enterprise and London)

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2013 UCL Consultants Award


In recognising successful UCL consulting projects, the UCL Consultants Awards seeks to honour UCL researchers who have collaborated with industry on a consultative level.

Dr Vanessa Diaz

Previous winner (2012) Dr Vanessa Diaz was selected for her leading project that aims to produce a roadmap for the realisation of the ‘Digital VPH Patient. The Digital Patient is a method of integrating diverse computational models and individual data to produce a computational patient avatar. This would allow revolutionary health prediction and disease treatment when the ‘Digital Me’ of a citizen needs to avail itself of health services. The project is worth a total of 1.3m euros.

UCL Consultants Ltd (UCLC) was established by UCL to bring its academics together with national and international clients, providing access to UCL’s leading-edge expertise and world-class facilities.

UCL Consultants offers a one-stop office for academics wishing to carry out consultancy work, providing comprehensive contractual, tendering and administrative support, enabling UCL staff to ensure timely, high-quality delivery to meet clients’ requirements. It has extensive experience in working with wide variety of clients including multi-national, governmental organisations, space agencies, international companies and SME’s.

The 2013 UCL Consultants Award will recognise the latest successful consultancy agreements operating through UCL.