Jul 2020 - AAIC - Dr Steven Chance & Dr Mario Torso present three key results using CDM technology - the relationship between amyloid beta accumulation and cortical architectural change, the impact of sex in whole brain cortical changes in an asymptomatic population, and the classification power of our novel cortical diffusion measurements.
June 2020 - Oxford Brain Diagnostics selected as finalists by Nature Research and Merck KGaA. The Spinoff Prize celebrates excellence in original science, innovative application, and business strategy. As a finalist, OBD and our technology, Cortical Disarray Measurement (CDM®), were featured in a recent issue of Nature.
Feb 2020 - Oxford companies spun out of OUI are helping restore sight, and tackle two of the biggest killers of our time.
June 2020 - Oxford Brain Diagnostics selected as finalists by Nature Research and Merck KGaA. The Spinoff Prize has been established by Nature Research in partnership with Merck KGaA to showcase and celebrate global excellence in the commercialisation of research through the creation of spinoff companies.
April 2020 - Oxford Brain Diagnostics has started a project for Takeda Pharmaceuticals. The Project is testing Cortical Disarray Measurement (CDM®) technology as a neurodegeneration biomarker with a view to using it in future clinical trials.
National Hospitals Network of Japan
Feb 2020 - Dr Steven Chance and Dr Mario Torso co-authored a paper investigating mTBI and CTE as a risk factor for the later development of neurodegenerative diseases. The findings suggest an association linking blast injury, tauopathy and neurodegeneration.
Jan 2020 - Dr Steven Chance, Chief Executive Officer, is invited back to Japan by NHO Neurology Research Group to speak on the role of CDM as a potential clinical tool for the detection of dementia.
Jan 2020 - Oxford Brain Diagnostics is offically regsitered with Scientist.com. A collaborative platform designed to deliver research projects to Pharma/Biotech sector.
Dec 2019 - Dr Steven Chance, Chief Executive Officer and Omar Ehsan, Chief Commercial Officer, present results at CTAD 2019 - Diagnostics accuracy of whole brain cortical DTI changes measured in Alzheimer's.
Nov 2019 - Oxford Brain Diagnostics is proud to become a member of the CPAD Initiative. This consortium works with industry, regulatory authorities, and patient advocacy organisations to advance Drug Development Tools (DDTs) for evaluating drug efficacy and safety, to optimise novel clinical trial designs, and aggregating anonymized patient-level data using CDISC consensus standards to facilitate the regulatory review process.
Osaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Oct 2019 - Dr Steven Chance, Chief Executive Officer, is invited by OCCI to speak at Global Innovation Forum.
Sept 2019 - Researchers hunt for new dementia detection methods. Oxford Brain Diagnostics cited in FT Dementia supplement.
Sept 2019 - Ian Hardingham, Chief Technology Officer is invited to speak and provide his insights into the role of AI in Diagnostics and brain health analyitcs.
Sept 2019 - Dr Steven Chance, Chief Executive Officer, is invited to speak (11th Sept) on the challenges of Healthy Ageing facing healthcare providers in the next 30 years.
Sept 2019 - Omar Ehsan, Chief Commercial Officer is invited by SETSQUARED at NHSExpo 2019. Looking forward to seeing the latest viewpoints on National Ageing affecting this global challenge.
Aug 2019 - The Oxford Trust, Head to Head with Dr Steven Chance at Oxford Brain Diagnostics,
Jul 2019 - AAIC - Dr Steven Chance & Dr Mario Torso present two key results using CDM technology - classifying FTD with machine learning and Differentiating Taupathies to investigate cortical architecture.
May 2019 - Oxford Brian Diagnostics is selected by Department for International Trade to visit Bio 2019 and showcase their diagnostics tool - Cortical Disarray Measurement.
Apr 2019 - Oxford Brain Diagnostics moves into the heart of Oxford Town centre. We are now located at Oxford Centre for Innovation.
Dr Steven Chance is invited to speak about research findings in Alzheimer's using cortical disarray measurement and some key applications in industry.