The DTx Companies Disrupting the NHS
Check out the top 5 Dtx companies disrupting the NHS with their innovation, targeting sleep apnoea, cancer and anxiety!
Lindusboards: Our Top 6 Immersive Therapeutics Companies
Welcome to LindusBoards! We have spent some time looking at some of the most cutting-edge Digital Therapeutics companies, and we couldn't not share them with you. First up, some of the coolest immersive therapeutics companies in the space right now. Think healthcare meets virtual reality... and then some!
It's a marathon, not a sprint
There is no better perspective of how our product team has grown and adapted as it has scaled than that of our first software engineer - Zaid! Our way of working is flexible and gives our engineers autonomy and the time to think meaningfully about what we need to build! Read our Product Clinic #7 to discover more about our engineering culture and how we balance speed and quality.
Discussing DTx challenges and go-to-market in the UK with Charlotte Lee-Sinclair (ex-Big Health)
A fireside chat, this time by an actual fire! Our conversation with Dr Charlotte Lee-Sinclair is a must-read on DTx challenges and the road to go-to-market in the UK. Read here.
Debunking the 3 biggest myths about decentralised trials
You've probably heard of decentralised clinical trials, but there are a lot of myths out there. Here we debunk the 3 biggest myths.
Product Clinic #6: Releasing, Fast and Slow
Depending on your background, our 6 to 8 week product release cycle will evoke one of two reactions. If you work in the clinical space: Woah, what an incredibly fast release cycle! But if you work in a typical SaaS startup: How quaint, I release 3 times a day! Heard of Daniel Kahnemann's bestseller Thinking, Fast and Slow? Well, there is our inspiration!
What taking intravenous ketamine taught me about clinical trial design
In the name of science, our co-founder, Meri Beckwith, took intravenous ketamine as part of a clinical trial. Find out what he has learnt about clinical trial design from his most recent trial experience.
A Fireside Chat with Alex Zhavoronkov, founder of Insilico Medicine, on life, death and ageing
Longevity and the halt of decline may sound like the stuff of dreams that many chase in expensive face creams. But not for Alex Zhavoronkov, a spearhead in ageing and longevity and founder of Insilico Medicine. Read our fireside chat here to learn about Alex's pioneering work in this field.
The challenge of using open source trial data to drive ML and what Lindus Health is doing differently
It is no secret that many challenges are associated with using open source trial data in machine learning. Read here to find out what we are doing to innovate ML-powered tools to fuel our clinical trials.
Announcing Pilot Trials: clinical data in weeks, not years
Enter pilot trials! We now offer pilot trials for companies who may not need to run a full clinical trial but need data in order to get their product to patients. Sound like it could be you? Read more here.
Why working with a university isn't always best for DTx start-ups
Our Co-Founder Michael explores the best options for DTx startups looking to start generating clinical evidence and why it might not always be best to work with academic institutions.
A Fireside Chat with Paul Wicks: How can we make clinical research for digital therapeutics more patient-friendly?
Digital Therapeutics are still a relatively new treatment area and there is a lot to learn about conducting clinical research on them. Find out how Paul Wick's, Digital Health expert, thinks research companies can put the patients first.
Product Clinic #5: Lindus Health’s first Hackathon
In July 2022 Lindus Health commenced its first hackathon with everyone in the product team, from data science to our CTO and head of product getting involved.
Why I joined Lindus Health - Hannah Swayze, Senior Trial Manager
To overcome the current barriers to clinical research; To develop innovative technology that will deliver clinical trials more efficiently; To be a part of a supportive, flexible and growing team.
Product clinic #4: One roadmap to rule all clinical trials
Our product team are agile. What does this mean? It means they move fast, customise quickly and add functionality, all without causing delays. Want to know how? Read here about the ruthless prioritisation that guides our product team.
Product Clinic #3: Embedding software engineering efficiency hacks into our clinical trial platform
Heard of dogfooding? No, not feeding your pet! The practice of using your own software to understand how it performs in the real world and catch any issues. Read about this and other software engineering hacks we are using to build better products.
Why I joined Lindus Health? Ece Kavalci, Machine Learning Engineer
Working towards a good cause. Innovative approaches to solving problems in clinical trial design. Every contribution is valued.
Product Clinic #2: Using feedback loops to build better products
Lindus Health's objective is to build better products that hit non-negotiable clinical standards and challenge outdated conventions. How do we do this? Read more here
Why I joined Lindus Health? Van Zyl Engelbrecht
The mission to accelerate clinical trial. The focus on making clinical research more patient-centric. The ability to support innovative health companies bring their product to market at a lower cost.
James Lind and the Mafia
The story of how James Lind's trial for scurvy led to the formation of the mafia.
Product Clinic #1: Turning boring technology into exciting products
Don't be put off by the blunt use of the word "boring" to describe our technology. It's one of our guiding principles allowing us to make rapid progress while maintaining high quality standards. Read more here.
What actually improves diversity in clinical research?
We’ve all seen the evidence of ethnic minority underrepresentation but what is actually going to have an impact in the future? Read Lindus Health’s action plan here
Stagnation, Drugs and Eroom's law
Why does the cost of clinical trials continue to increase? Meri Beckwith, Lindus Health co-founder discusses why stagnation has prevailed and how technology is the answer
Why I joined Lindus Health? Luke Twelves, Medical Lead
To help make trials more accessible to patients and clinicians. To help bring novel and innovative treatments to the frontline of care faster. To stretch myself and work as part of a really exciting team.
Vaccine Trials and Tribulations
Read co-founder Meri’s experience of a Covid-19 vaccine trial that left him frustrated (but vaccinated), and led to the creation of Lindus Health.
Cure Scurvy with this one weird trick…! Doctors hate him
In 1747 James Lind conducted the first clinical trial, proving that oranges and lemons were a cure for scurvy. Given that we’re named after him we felt it was about time we wrote a post about the history of scurvy, Lind, and the first ever clinical trial! We believe that in 100 years current health outcomes will seem just as ridiculous and intolerable as 50% of sailors dying of scurvy seems now, and that’s why we’re named Lindus Health.
A success story: Lindus Health recruiting prediabetes patients for the ASPIRE-DNA clinical trial
Lindus Health used its multi-channel strategy to accelerate DnaNudge's trial recruitment. Read more about the challenges they faced and our results here.
Lindus Health launches with $5m seed round to revolutionise health research
Lindus Health publicly launched today, announcing $5m in seed funding from leading technology and healthcare investors including Firstminute Capital, Presight Capital, Seedcamp, Hambro Perks and Amino Collective.
Why I joined Lindus Health? Nik Haldimann, CTO
A worthy mission. Personal challenge & growth. To create a dream environment for engineers.
The diversity problem in clinical trials, and how to fix it
Clinical trials have a diversity problem. Whichever stats you look at, minorities are hugely underrepresented in health research. To fix this we've put together a 5 step strategy to deliver on diversity.
Optimising trial recruitment with our Primary Care Network
Primary care organisations are responsible for patient care but are not yet set-up for research. What do we mean by Lindus Health’s Primary Care Network and what are its advantages? Learn how primary care can turbocharge your trial recruitment.