Pfizer HealthCare Hub
9 months spent in close collaboration with Pfizer allowed Ad Scientiam to imagine with experts of the pharmaceutical industry new applications of its technology to solve daily issues of patients and health professionals
Microsoft IA Factory et INRIA
Ad Scientiam benefits from the support of Microsoft and INRIA about AI and data processing collected by our medical software devices
EIT Health is a network of best-in-class health innovators backed by the EU. We deliver solutions to enable European citizens to live longer, healthier lives by promoting innovation.
Brain and Spine Institute
Located in Paris, in the heart of the Pitié-Salpêtrière hospital, the Brain and Spine Institute is a center of excellence for research in the field of neurological diseases.
iPEPS is the Brain and Spine institute’s (ICM) startup incubator and the first innovation accelerator dedicated to brain diseases in France.
ICM is a flagship program in France for brain disorders and a proud member of the IHU and Carnot networks.
The MSCopilot project was supported by the Investissement d'Avenir program and BPI France
Ad Scientiam is a member of Medicen Since 2013
Partnership program for companies SEAP (Samsung Enterprise Alliance Program).
Startup Leadership Program
The Startup Leadership Program (SLP) is a global program of highly selective training for the founders of innovative projects.
Altran France chose Ad Scientiam for its business accelerator.
The Carnot Institutes support innovative companies to contribute to the competitiveness and development of the national economy.
Institute of Cardiology - Pitié Salpêtrière Hospital
In collaboration with iHealth, we have worked to define technical tests as well as use cases.
We participated to a study on periodic paralysis to demonstrate (among other things) that a data collection system, working in real life and coupled to a smartphone application could improve quality of life.
France eHealth Tech
Association of french Startups
Working with researchers from the start
Clinical research is necessary in the health sector to improve medical practices and medical knowledge. However, it is submitted to strict regulations and requires important human and financial means.
Physicians participating to clinical research must juggle between their medical practice and research activities.
Ad Scientiam was created in 2013 to help them optimize clinical research, by digitalizing clinical study process. First specialized in CNS diseases, we have been incubated at the Brain and Spine Institute from the start, the Institute being a privileged partner in many initiatives.
Since then, Ad Scientiam has collaborated on scientific projects with leading teams from Europe and North America.