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Partnership Among Advancing Innovation in Dermatology (AID), Hacking Medicine Institute (HMi) and LEO Science & Tech Hub, the Boston-based R&D innovation unit of LEO Pharma, begins its Second Year Cambridge, Mass., June 27, 2019 – Applications are now being accepted for Hacking Dermatology 2019, an innovation challenge that unites clinical and scientific experts, patients, engineers […]
The May issue of MedTech Strategist takes a deep look at the LEO Science & Tech Hub and its model for cross-industry collaboration. Check out the full article, including interviews with representatives from MIT, Northwestern and Elektrofi. You can read more about it by clicking here.
For the sixth year in a row, JPM week kicked off with the Dermatology Summit at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. Organized by Advancing Innovation in Dermatology (AID), the conference included expert industry insights and a variety of panel discussions, fireside chats and networking events. Included in the events was a Leadership Sponsor Panel, […]
Advancing Innovation in Dermatology (AID), Hacking Medicine Institute (HMi), and LEO Science & Tech Hub, the Boston-based R&D innovation unit of LEO Pharma, officially announce the final winners of Hacking Dermatology. Awardees include Lucid, a personalized and automated home patch testing solution, RxThat, an online prescription marketplace and management application, and MatchLab, a skin-image analysis […]
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–LEO Science & Tech Hub, the Boston-based R&D innovation unit of LEO Pharma, announced today that they will partner with Wearifi Inc. and the Center for Bio-Integrated Electronics at Northwestern University to investigate the clinical potential of next-generation wearable electronics in dermatology research. Wearifi designs and develops the world’s smallest, battery-free wearable device. The collaboration […]
LEO Science & Tech Hub, the Boston-based R&D innovation unit of LEO Pharma, has announced a new partnership with Epicore Biosystems focused on exploring the use of a non-invasive, wearable sweat sensor to measure prognostic biomarkers in real time, monitor patient response and inform treatment decisions. The initial project will include a proof of concept study in […]
Innovation isn’t easy. Establishing the framework for your corporate innovation unit is the first step in the process, but how can you ensure its success from there? At LEO Science & Tech Hub, we believe you are only as good as the team around you. We believe that one of the foundations for driving innovation […]
Hacking Dermatology is an initiative that aims to bring interdisciplinary teams together to solve the important challenges facing patients with skin disease. It is led and supported by a consortium of academic, non-profit, and industry partners, including Hacking Medicine Institute (HMi), LEO Pharma, Advancing Innovation in Dermatology (AID), MIT Hacking Medicine, and the Lahey Medical […]
Innovation is on the agenda for most of big corporations. Executives are aware innovation should be in the DNA of the organization in order to be competitive, survive the long game and most importantly bring the best in class solutions to customers. However, a traditional corporate infrastructure can often be a double-edged sword for innovations […]
LEO Science & Tech Hub, the Boston based R&D unit of LEO Pharma, has entered into a collaboration with Dina Katabi and MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). Together they will explore the potential of the MIT group’s Emerald system to quantify scratching behavior. The Emerald technology uses the reflection of radio signals to measure human […]