Uppsala University Innovation award

We are very honored to receive the ”Attractive Innovation Project of 2019” award from Uppsala University Innovation for one of our sub-projects in our digital health platform AI-TRUST. The award goes out to projects that are considered likely for further progress and investments. Our software-as-a-drug platform for Parkinson´s disease have received a lot of awards and attention lately and we are looking for the lead-investor in the upcoming capitalization round.

Stardots and Uppsala university´s tremor symptom quantifier “QuEsT” was acknowledged by UUI as one of the most attractive innovation project of 2019.

Incidentally, out scientific lead Prof. Alexander Medvedev and responsible for the mathematical modelling powering our platform was recently featured in an interview as one of 24 professors from Uppsala University.

Our AI-TRUST platform is designed for the patient and significant quality of life improvements. In addition, it will reduce cost to society and provide an extremely valuable tool for the life science community and serve as a clinical trial aid.

CEO Daniel Petrini, PhD Student Fredrik Olsson and Assoc. Prof MD Dag Nyholm

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