Participating companies are:
EpiHeart is a young medical device company focused on enabling Cardiac Micrograft Therapy™, an adjuvant therapy administered during cardiac interventions such as coronary artery bypass grafting surgery. Cardiac Micrograft Therapy™ is a novel therapy for treating ischemic injury and consequent ischemic scars and heart failures. The company is focused on the development and commercialization of medical device packages to enable the therapy and it aims to drive the therapy into mainstream clinical use. The first-in-man clinical trial has already been completed in academic setting. The company is a spin-out from the University of Helsinki and the HUS Helsinki University Hospital.
Healthzilla is a wellness focused technology company, developing solutions for consumers and businesses. The core technology is the ability to gather and analyze stress and habit data at scale. The company is developing a SaaS dashboard solution for industries such as insurance, fitness, and corporate wellness.
Maculaser develops novel medical technology for treatment of common retinal diseases, including diabetic macular edema and dry age-related macular degeneration. The core of the company’s innovation is the precise temperature control of the macula during non-damaging laser treatments; a potential game changer in the practice how retinal diseases, with over 200B EUR direct health care costs, are being treated in the future.
MedicubeX is developing a self-check station with several disruptive health measurements and remote appointment technology. The measurement station allows for the individual the measurement of their own vital signs and novel noninvasive cardiovascular risk factors. End users are not only patients, but also healthy individuals looking for their personal health status and early signs of potential diseases. The station’s soundproofing maintains privacy while cutting-edge sterilization technology keeps the station clear of microbes and viruses.
Medified is transforming mental health treatments with data-driven monitoring software. Software develops a dynamic and secure connection between patients and healthcare professionals to create a more extensive overview of the patient personal recovery process. The company’s SaaS is designed to improve the intensity of mental health treatment and enable digital healthcare services.
SCellex develops a novel spatial gene sequencing technology that links microscope image to the sequence data. This enables expression profiling of all genes of cells at their original location in tissues in single cell resolution. This has impact on biomedical research and also future diagnostic use, as it helps to discover the locations, roles and interactions of different cell types both in healthy tissues and diseases, and to explore their key marker genes as potential drug targets.
SciAR is changing the life science industry by bringing next-generation digital tools to every scientist in every laboratory. The main product is a Holistic Laboratory Management Software composed of two parts. First is Augmented Reality Workflow called Sciar Co-Pilot that helps to show the instructions in an easy way and automated checks using the AR-headset camera prevent costly errors. The second part is Sciar Vault, a secure cloud platform that can be used to manage workflows, design and modify protocols and access documentation. The combination of these services makes laboratory processes faster, prevents errors in these processes and makes the Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) compliance easier than ever before.
SOENIAⓇ by BrainCare is a Tampere University of Technology spin-off company founded in 2013. The mission is to offer remote long-term monitoring solutions to improve the quality of life of neurological patients with a special focus on epilepsy. The company offers a novel mobile application and supporting solutions for digital symptom tracking to better monitor and understand the conditions of each patient. Both the app and the implant send their data directly to the patient’s doctor via secure cloud platform, SOENIA® Cloud. Patient-generated data from the SOENIA® Medical Diary app is shown alongside the EEG activity, which helps doctors plan and provide better treatments. CE-marked SOENIA® Medical Diary application and SOENIA® Cloud were piloted and evaluated in clinical trials at the Tampere University Hospital.
Uute Scientific drives for “Life without immune-mediated diseases”, such as diabetes 1, allergies and asthma. These immune-mediated diseases are caused by our modern and urban lifestyle. Our move away from nature with its microbial diversity has made our immune system weaker. Uute has patent pending substance, which brings that natural microbial diversity back to people and help them in the development of a strong immune system. Uute will be available to people through consumer product companies.
VEIL.AI is a spin-out from FIMM (Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland). The company wants to enable discoveries for better health; it enables utilization of sensitive health data for new discoveries and better decision making in healthcare. VEIL.AI specializes in health data anonymization services and synthetic data. The unique technology helps healthcare actors to utilize sensitive data in ways that were not possible before – combine, analyze and share sensitive data more securely, efficiently and with richer quality.
VULCAM 2D video technology is the leading tool to capture synchronized video of multiple planes of motion in one go, using existing or off-the-shelf iOS mobile devices. The company is now integrating computer vision and artificial intelligence to its unique VULCAM app approach, massively increasing the scaling potential of a modern mobile application for injury prevention and rehabilitation. Current customers include a number of world-leading physical therapy universities and hospitals, e.g. University of Southern California and University of Miami, Duke and Ohio State Universities, and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital to name a few.
Health Incubator Helsinki is a joint effort of the City of Helsinki and University of Helsinki. It is provided in partnership with Health Capital Helsinki and embedded in a larger collaborative health ecosystem spanning the Helsinki capital area.