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November 2022

Theatre 2 at the Excel Centre hosted a live robotic partial nephrectomy with a 3D virtual model provided by Innersight and connectivity to the auditorium moderators provided by Proximie. The operation was expertly conducted by Mr Ben Challacombe (Urologist, Clinical Robotic Surgery Lead & Fellowship Director - Guy's Hospital & King's College London) and his team at Guy's, giving the packed audience at the Future Surgery Show a first-hand view of how modern surgery planning tools are directly impacting clinical practice.

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june 2022

Thoracic surgeon, Mr Joel Dunning from James Cook University Hospital, speaks about his dream operating room. Here's a sneak peek at his opinion on using Innersight3D - "Absolutely wonderful, what a dream!". WARNING: the following videos contain scenes with blood and needles. Click here to see an abridged version of the full video focussed on Innersight3D [3m40s. last accessed Jun 2022]. Click here to see the full video featuring a Cios-Spin Intraoperative CT Scanner [26m56s. last accessed Jun 2022].

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march 2022

Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.

Innersight co-founder, Dr Eoin Hyde, wins a place on the first ever Royal Academy of Engineering’s Enterprise Hub EXPLORE programme. This programme is a new offer to Hub Members working within the deep tech space, to help them to tackle the common challenges encountered by deep tech companies in the UK, and will prepare them for the US market, including an international mission to Massachusetts.

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february 2022

Innersight sponsors the "Masterclass in Renal cell carcinoma (RCC)" session of India's Society Of Genitourinary Oncologists (SOGO). Amongst many prestigious speakers, the session heard from Dr. N. Ragavan about his experiences using Innersight3D to assist with his surgical planning. Click here to see the video.

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november 2021

Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.

Innersight3D makes debut appearance on Sky News, both patient and software tool were safe in the hands of consultant urologist, Mr Muddassar Hussain, as he demonstrates the latest in surgical technologies deployed at Frimley NHS Foundation Trust. Click here to see the news piece VT. Click here to see the related twitter thread.

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august 2021

Awarded an NIHR i4i Real-world Deployment grant for multi-centre randomized controlled trial into patient outcomes for Innersight3D surgical planning assistance for kidney cancer surgeries. Click here to read the study description.

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july 2020

Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.

Helped UK and international surgical staff to tackle the backlog caused by Covid-19 by providing free models and technical support to assist with surgical planning for long-delayed operations. Click here to read user testimonies arising from this project.

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november 2019

Secured CE mark, allowing Innersight3D to be placed on the market within Europe and the UK to assist with surgical planning for routine patient care.

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march 2019

Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.

Founding industry partner of the London Medical Imaging & AI Centre for Value Based Healthcare, which was designed to spearhead innovation and new technology opportunities for the NHS both now and in the future. Click here for a list of our AI Centre partners.

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january 2018

Innersight Co-founder, Dr Eoin Hyde was awarded a Royal Academy of Engineering Enterprise Fellowsip. Featuring £60k grant funding, mentoring from the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Fellowship - which consists of some of the most successful and talented engineers from academia and business - and bespoke entrepreneurial training, this award provided key support to Innersight's business plan development. Eoin was embedded within King's College London's department of Biomedical Engineering and Imaging Sciences for the duration of the fellowship.

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november 2017

Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.

Awarded an NIHR i4i Connect grant to fund one retrospective study to demonstrate how virtual 3D models can impact the surgical planning and patient education journey, and one prospective feasibility study demonstrating Innersight3D is acceptable to patients to assist their surgical team.

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march 2017

Collaborating with the Transaltional Imaging Group at University College London towards improved techniques of automated medical image segmentation, Innersight were one of 16 projects 16 projects selected for MedCity's 'Collaborate to Innovate' programme. Click here to learn more about this project.

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july 2016

Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.

Alongside their colleagues from the Royal Free Hospital London, Innersight were selected as one of only 22 exhibits from across UK and across scientific disciples to appear at the 3-day Summer Science Exhibition hosted by the Royal Society. Click here to learn more about "Surgical Robotics with Machine Learning enabled Imaging".

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may 2016

An experienced panel of health care experts crowned Innersight as winners of the 2016 Healthtech Challenge Finals hosted by London Business School. Innersight received the £10k Dhruv Batra Prize. Click here to read the host's awards notice.

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august 2015

Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.

Awarded an Innovate UK SMART award, targeting game-changing and disruptive ideas from business, for the project entitled "Interactive medical image segmentation software for preoperative planning of complex cancer surgeries".

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may 2015

As part of Entrepreneur First's 4th cohort, Innersight Labs Ltd was incorporated on May 12th.

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