Women of Wearables: Transforming Healthcare with AI

In the last year, we have seen transformation of healthcare in ways we might not have expected, and is now more accessible, driven by technology and focused on prevention.  As part of the Women of Wearables conference, I attended a panel discussion on how artificial intelligence (AI) can transform healthcare. The pandemic has been a… Continue reading Women of Wearables: Transforming Healthcare with AI

Philips: the intersection of health, science, technology and beauty

I attended the Women of Wearables conference where Raymon uit de Bulten delivered a keynote presentation on Philips and their work at the cross section of healthcare, science, technology and beauty. As an organisation, their guiding aim is to improve 2.5 billion lives per year by 2030 with their products, including 400 million in underserved… Continue reading Philips: the intersection of health, science, technology and beauty

Healthtech: Another Way to Improve Mental Health

I recently attended the HealthTech 2.0 conference hosted by Women of Wearables Global. A panel discussion I found especially interesting was ‘Tech-Powered Solutions Paving The Way To Better Mental Health’.  The global pandemic has taken a toll on mental health worldwide as it upends everyday life for so many people. Investment into mental healthtech has boomed, reaching £580… Continue reading Healthtech: Another Way to Improve Mental Health

Women of Wearables: The Female Entrepreneurs driving Innovation in FemTech

At the Women of Wearables recent conference, I attended a panel discussion on the Rise of Innovation in FemTech. It was fascinating to hear from the entrepreneurs on the panel, from Essity, Natalist, Elidah and Elvie. The work of the panellists empowers women to take control of healthcare issues including: fertility, menopause and pregnancy. The… Continue reading Women of Wearables: The Female Entrepreneurs driving Innovation in FemTech

Healthtech – A Continuing Area of Growth

I attended the HealthTech 2.0 conference hosted by Women of Wearables Global. At this event, I heard a fascinating panel discussion about investing in healthtech. The digital health market is expected to reach $536 billion by 2025 and 2020 will be the largest funding year ever for the sector. Led by Jenny Thomas, Director of DigitalHealth.London, the panel discussed many interesting questions,… Continue reading Healthtech – A Continuing Area of Growth

Healthtech 2.0 – The Future of Femtech

I attended the Health Tech 2.0 conference hosted by Women of Wearables Global. At this event I listened to a very interesting panel discussion on “The role of technology in creating better sexual health”. Moderated by Dominnique Karetsos, co-founder and CEO of The Healthy Pleasure Group, the panel discussed a wide variety of thought-provoking questions… Continue reading Healthtech 2.0 – The Future of Femtech

Nicole Junkermann presents Owkin – an NJF Capital investment

Nicole Junkermann presents Owkin, an AI medical research start-up whose mission is to use machine learning to develop better drugs for patients.

Nicole Junkermann presents Owkin – an NJF Capital investment

Nicole Junkermann, NJF Capital founder, presents Owkin, an AI medical research start-up whose mission is to use machine learning to develop better drugs for patients. Junkermann has invested in Owkin alongside Brent Hobermann, and they are passionate about the healthcare sector and its growing use of biotech. OWKIN is calling for partners to engage in… Continue reading Nicole Junkermann presents Owkin – an NJF Capital investment