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CES 2023: Tech Innovations For Simulated Heart Device Testing, Seizure Prediction, And Guiding The Visually Impaired

In this second roundup of innovative health solutions showcased at CES 2023, Medtech Insight highlights SK Biopharmaceuticals’ new wearables in development for early detection of seizures, Dassault Systèmes’ simulated 3D heart, and Lighthouse Tech’s eyewear to help the visually impaired detect obstacles.

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Asia On The Move: Pfizer Asia Clinical Head Joins APCER

July saw Pfizer’s Asia clinical development head depart and Merck Serono pick a young Taiwanese executive as its president for Japan. Personnel changes also took place at Mitsubishi Tanabe and Zeria Pharma in Japan, and at Servier in China.

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Optibrium Ltd.

Drug development is difficult and risky, and the timescales are long. Optibrium Ltd. has developed StarDrop, a software platform designed to support drug discovery by guiding decisions in the design and selection of potential drug candidates based on complex and uncertain data. Through chemical space visualization, supported by a visualization tool and probabilistic scoring, StarDrop compares candidate molecules against a weighted profile of required properties, and helps users to identify chemistries with a high chance of success in order to better focus their expensive in-house resources.


Curis Reformed: Unearthing Preclinical Value

From its start as a promising powerhouse in the emerging area of regenerative medicine and through product failures, valuation crunches and capital constraints, Curis has in the past two years embraced an almost old-school approach to the biotechnology business. Bereft now of the late-stage assets (and corresponding cash burn) that helped drive its formation through merger in 2000, the company has leveraged its preclinical expertise in cell signaling to sign broad, value-creating alliances with top-shelf biotechnology and pharmaceutical partners.

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