We are looking for participants for online focus groups as part of our SWARM project, taking place in early 2024. We’re looking to get a range of perspectives about the future use of nanoswarms in cancer treatment. This project is investigating the ethics and regulations of their first in-human clinical trial. The aim is to explore how nanoswarm medicine should be regulated once this technology is available for clinical trials.
Would you like to participate?
Focus groups will be taking place in early 2024. We are looking for:
- Oncology healthcare professionals
- Cancer patients
- Regulatory or policymakers in drug delivery/oncology
- Nanomedicine researcher or developers
- Other stakeholders including patient support and information groups, patient advisory committees, public health practitioners, professional associations for healthcare professionals, hospitals, cancer charities and family members/caregivers.
Volunteers must be over the age of 18 years old to take part. Please find more information on our website here, including a series of videos explaining the study and concepts associated with it, including “What is a nanonswarm?” below: