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Mindstrong: Measurement-based Mental Health

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Jan 2019

Mindstrong: Measurement-based Mental Health

In Projects By cosgadmin

As Clinical Product Manager for Mindstrong I lead product development for their healthcare products Health by Mindstrong and Care by Mindstrong. Mindstrong’s technology measures cognitive and emotional function through patterns in the way you type, tap and swipe your smartphone screen. These measures are used both in research, as an endpoint for clinical trials, and in clinical practice to deliver […]

Karius: Next Gen Sequencing for Infectious Disease Diagnostics

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Dec 2017

Karius: Next Gen Sequencing for Infectious Disease Diagnostics

In Projects Uncategorised By cosgadmin

Despite recent guidance from the FDA on software as a medical device, the path to regulatory approval and clinical adoption for digital diagnostics and therapeutics is as yet relatively unclear. I joined genomic diagnostics company, Karius, as a Product Manager in 2016 to learn about traditional biotech product development, from analytical and clinical validation studies to […]

RADAR-CNS

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Sep 2016

RADAR-CNS

In Projects Uncategorised By cosgadmin

RADAR-CNS is a European research consortium dedicated to developing passive, digital detection of relapse in depression, multiple sclerosis and epilepsy. I reported into Prof Matthew Hotopf who leads the program, researching and defining the smartphone and wearable device sensors with a team of leading academics from across the consortium.  From the RADAR-CNS website:  RADAR-CNS is a […]

Passive sensing for Outcomes Based Healthcare

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Jul 2016

Passive sensing for Outcomes Based Healthcare

In Projects Uncategorised By cosgadmin

OBH Sense360 Outcomes Based Healthcare is the UK’s leading healthcare consultancy dedicated to helping healthcare providers and payers define and measure outcomes for value-based care. I led product development of Sense360, a novel digital tool for measuring health outcomes using passively gathered smartphone sensor data.  Health outcomes are currently measured using long, laborious Patient Reported Outcome […]

Mitera: continuous in-home health monitoring

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Oct 2014

Mitera: continuous in-home health monitoring

In Projects By cosgadmin

Mitera was a project in partnership with Professor David Wong at UCLA. The proposal built on Prof Wong’s research and his prototype for a point-of-care diagnostic that used traces of microRNA found in saliva to diagnose a range of systemic cancers.  Using quantum mechanical simulation we developed a prototype of a carbon nanotube-based sensor, intended to improve the […]

Skin Analytics

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Apr 2014

Skin Analytics

In Projects By cosgadmin

In 2013, while training to be a doctor I helped design and develop the first version of Skin Analytics’ smartphone application for the detection of melanoma. Leveraging behaviour change techniques from game design, Stanford’s BJ Fogg, and the UK’s Behavioural Insights team we developed a mobile experience to encourage people at high risk of skin […]

iHELP: crowdsourcing for medical emergencies

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Dec 2013

iHELP: crowdsourcing for medical emergencies

In Projects By cosgadmin

Crowdsourcing first aid. iHELP offers an crowdsourced solution for providing immediate aid in cases of cardiac arrest and other emergencies. The service allows a person in distress to alert other users of the app nearby, who can come to their aid or find the nearest public defibrillator, arriving at the scene faster than an ambulance. iHELP has […]

AXNS Collective: public engagement in art and neuroscience

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Dec 2012

AXNS Collective: public engagement in art and neuroscience

In Projects By cosgadmin

AXNS Collective is a curatorial collective dedicated to public engagement in Art and Science. I founded the company in 2011 with friend and business partner Martha Crawford. The collective has since curated exhibitions in Oxford and London and is funded by the Wellcome Trust and the Arts Council. Upcoming projects can be found by clicking on […]