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Invention for Innovation - Challenge Call 11 Stage 1 Minutes


13 April 2021




Minutes of the Invention for Innovation (i4i) programme Sub-Committee Meeting to discuss applications to i4i Challenge Call 11 Stage 1.

Date and location

Minutes of meeting held on Thursday 11 March 2021 via Zoom Virtual Meeting.

In attendance


Professor Nick Lemoine (Chair)

Ms Jo Smart (Deputy Chair)

Dr Erika Kennington (Asthma UK representative)

i4i Secretariat

Dr Ruth Nebauer (Assistant Director)

Dr Andrew Barber

Dr Ian Newington

Dr Sandra Nwokeoha

Mr Edwin Tucker

Dr Xi Ye

Krishna Kothandapani


Mr Martin Hunt (Programme Director)


Alex Zabala Findlay

Natalya Chapman

Stage 1 applications to be invited to submit to Stage 2

NIHR202941: Delivering Innovation through Guided Implementation of Technology in Acute and uncontrolLed AsthmaDIGITAL ASTHMA
Outcome: Invited to Stage 2

NIHR202946: Does digital remote asthma monitoring for children and young people results in fewer asthma attacks?
Outcome: Invited to Stage 2

NIHR202949: Technology Enhanced integrAted asthMa care. TEAM-care
Outcome: Invited to Stage 2

NIHR202950: Real-time Adaptive Predictive Indicator of Deterioration 2
Outcome: Invited to Stage 2

Stage 1 applications not invited to submit to Stage 2

NIHR202944: The real-world implementation of hyperthermia with radiotherapy to treat recurrent tumours in the NHS
Outcome: Rejected

NIHR202945: TREATPD: Assessment of the PDMonitor® System: benefits of wearable devices and telehealth in Parkinson’s Disease
Outcome: Rejected

NIHR202947: Enhanced integrated asthma care using digital risk stratification dashboard and smartphone app: a pilot study
Outcome: Rejected

NIHR202948: Connected for Asthma (C4A): Creating and evaluating a ‘plug and play’ interoperable open system for people living with asthma
Outcome: Rejected

NIHR202951: Digital Technology to Guide Assessment and Treatment, and Support Self-Management for Community Stroke Rehabilitation: Circle of Care for Home (CC4H)
Outcome: Rejected