After collaboration with Staffordshire University on an online educational resource platform, CESAS Medical has won six international awards for their work.
The Cytokine Signalling Forum, an online educational resource run by CESAS Medical, has scooped four awards in the latest round of the Global Digital Health Awards. This takes its total count this year to six, having won two earlier accolades in the APEX awards for publication excellence.
A Staffordshire graduate was employed to work on the project and continues to advise the business on the development of the site on a weekly basis.
Dan Smith, Account Manager at CESAS Medical, said: “None of us at the company have a very technical background so we looked to Staffordshire University for some guidance and together we have developed an online learning platform for Rheumatologists which has been very successful. Alistair Dawes helped us kick-start this venture and by putting us in touch with a highly skilled graduate it has really moved the project along.” explained Dan.
Alastair Dawes, Enterprise Reader for Computing, Engineering and Sciences at the University said: “We actively seek partners in industry and it is brilliant to see one of these partnerships being awarded for the hard work of both parties”.
The Digital Health Awards pitched the flourishing Stafford-based business, against over 600 submissions from around the world. The globally recognised awards were presented in the ‘Webinar’ and ‘Content Management System’ categories.