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Karius: Next Gen Sequencing for Infectious Disease Diagnostics

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Dec 2017

Karius: Next Gen Sequencing for Infectious Disease Diagnostics

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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

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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

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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 […]

Guardian: Eight technologies that could change healthcare beyond recognition

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May 2016

Guardian: Eight technologies that could change healthcare beyond recognition

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An abridged version in the Guardian of the King’s Fund article I wrote with Matthew Honeyman, published in January 2016.

Sense360 wins Connected Mobility Solution of the Year!

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Apr 2016

Sense360 wins Connected Mobility Solution of the Year!

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Very excited to announce that Outcomes Based Healthcare’s partner Softserve was awarded Connected Mobility Solution of the Year at the European IT and Software Excellence Awards. Working protoype of Sense360 developed by Outcomes Based Healthcare and Softserve won the Connected Mobility Solution of the Year. Designed to predict health outcomes in people with diabetes by […]

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Mar 2016

Ayuda Heuristics: February’s start up of the month

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Many months after the last Start Up of the Month, I caught up with engineer and founder Isabella Degen to find out about an exciting new machine learning start up for people with diabetes: Ayuda Heuristics. What is Ayuda Heuristics and how did it arise? I’m a robotics engineer, and I’ve had type 1 diabetes […]

Clinician Entrepreneurs

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Jul 2015

Clinician Entrepreneurs

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NHS England are launching a new programme called The Clinician Entrepreneur at the Health and Care Innovation Expo on September 2/3 in Manchester. The programme is open to newly qualified and trainee doctors and is a welcome initiative to support entrepreneurship and innovation in the medical profession. You can register your interest for updates on how […]

June’s start up of the month

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Jun 2015

June’s start up of the month

Dr Jamie Wilson is a psychiatrist with 10 years experience working across the NHS. He is the founder of HomeTouch, a platform connecting carers and patients. What is HomeTouch and why is it needed? HomeTouch is an online marketplace that helps families find affordable, high quality and vetted carers in their area. Why hasn’t anyone […]

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Sep 2014

Thank you!

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Thank you to all my supporters on Crowdfunder.com who made this summer a reality. Its been the best 10 weeks and I’ve learnt so much and made so many fantastic friends. Check back here for news on my final team project, Mitera, and updates on our project going forwards. Thank you!