Rosetrees is a private charity which uses entrepreneurial skills to find and fund the best medical research.

We support outstanding thinkers with new ideas to improve treatments and one day find cures.

Blood vessel network in colorectal cancer imaged using OPT.

Blood vessel network in human colorectal cancer, imaged using OPT.

www.tomrobertsphoto.com                     Rosetrees symposium at Institute of Child Health, UCL, 2017.

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Dr. Simon-Walker-Samuel, UCL

We have a simple application and reporting system and a personal approach meeting researchers once a year. Formed in 1987, Rosetrees gives long term support to the best researchers to develop their ideas and achieve medical breakthroughs.

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Dr. Melina Schuh, MPI, Göttingen

I was able to actually see sparks of inspiration from @RosetreesT chairman Richard Ross during @Health_Eng #ColloquiumTalk. Thanks for sharing your life and success stories and enlightening us how to apply for the #funding.

Thank you to everyone who attended today @Health_Eng for the Rosetrees Trust colloquium talk given by our Chairman, Richard Ross.

Inspiring story and powerful ideas at today's @ucl @Health_Eng colloquium from Richard Ross of @RosetreesT about their unique style of venture philanthropy funding research. Thanks @rebeccajshipley for inviting me.

It was a pleasure to host Richard Ross, Chairman of @RosetreesT today for an IHE #ColloquiumTalk. He gave us some valuable advice from the world of business & philanthropy, including encouraging us to act like entrepreneurs as well as scientists sometimes & think outside the box!

How do you repair defects in joints in which the cartilage is thin and difficult to access? Check out our new publication in Advanced Healthcare Materials where we describe a sticky #hydrogel that can be applied using minimally invasive techniques
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/adhm.201901134

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