The DigitalHealth.London Generator facilitated a partnership between Accelerator company BIOS and a research team at Queen Mary, University of London’s (QMUL) Human Performance Laboratory, a national facility of gait analysis. This enabled the partners to secure InnovateUK grant funding to support a validation study.
“The collaboration with QMUL, made possible by DigitalHealth.London Generator, gave our business the opportunity to trial our unique remote monitoring & machine learning capabilities in real world clinical settings. This played a major role in the development of our remote monitoring platform, which is now being used to understand cardiac disease patients and is in use clinically to enhance data from wearables used in remote chronic disease care. By expanding our platform capabilities, this has enabled us to leverage our proprietary datasets and biomarker discovery tool to enhance our understanding of the nervous system for treating chronic diseases” – Oliver Armitage, Co-Founder & CSO, BIOS
BIOS is an alumni of the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator programme.
The DigitalHealth.London Accelerator is a collaborative programme funded by London’s three Academic Health Science Networks – UCL Partners, Imperial College Health Partners, and the Health Innovation Network, MedCity, CW+ and receives match funding from the European Regional Development Fund.