Portable Visual Biomarkers

Artificial Intelligence for Patient Monitoring and Rehabilitation

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Enhancing Frontiers of Care Delivery 
in Arthritis using AI-based Visual Search

Skeletal Tracking

Real-time 3D motion capture identify the range of movements for each individual joint

Visual Strength

Sensor-less approach for estimating contact forces

Image Analysis

Extraction of visual biomarkers from photographic images to demonstrate disease progression

Video Analysis

Provides continuous analytics on vision, be it pre-recorded or in real time

Arthronica’s technology is validating algorithms that can monitor and predict key disease activities in chronic rheumatic conditions.

Arthronica is currently involved in clinical trials in the United Kingdom.
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Guy's and St. Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
Arthronica brings AI and predictive analytics to the world of rheumatology

Born from world leading research in the bio-engineering lab of Imperial College, Arthronica spun-out from Imperial in 2018. Supported by the MedTech Superconnector (MTSC), an incubator funded by Research England set-up and designed to facilitate the early stage development of innovative medical technologies.

In 2019 Arthronica was funded by Entrepreneur First, an international talent Investor scheme which supports individuals to build technology companies. Arthronica has also recently joined the Johnson and Johnson Innovation Centre with the mission of delivering remote care for chronic arthritic conditions across the globe.

Meet The Team
Letizia Gionfrida
Letizia, Ph.D. Research Associate in the Bioengineering Department at Imperial College London, has a background in computer vision, video-based motion analysis, and real-time capture technologies. She worked in computer vision departments across the globe, including the New York University (NYU) and the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. Under the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation she managed the design and application of analytic techniques to characterise and optimize human performance. She founded Arthronica in fall 2018.
Keith Green
Head of Product Development
Keith is a software engineer graduating from University of Sussex. He has worked as assistant lecturer in the computing department at Goldsmith University. Keith is a senior full stack developer with more than 12 years of experience on implementing end-to-end solutions and has worked as Head of Development for several start-ups delivering to the platform from the cloud on the edge.
Rob Osborne
Product Designer
Rob has over 10 years’ experience working in the higher education sector, delivering user-centred approaches to complex design problems to deliver solid design solutions. His main goal are the development and implementation of the Arthronica product and innovation road map. He’s a UX/UI designer that conducts suitable research methods or evaluations(including focus groups) to develop information architecture and product wireframes. He then translates UX logic into a unified design system that is applied across the product.
The Advisory Board
President of Rheumatology and Rehabilitation, 
Royal Society of Medicine
Dr Sonya Abraham MBBS, FCRP, PhD
Director NHS Digital Board
Dr. Marko Balabanovic BA, PhD
CMC Chair American College of Rheumatology
Dr. Suleman Bhana MD FACR
Founder of Cortexica, Reader in Image Processing, Department of Bioengineering, 
Imperial College London
Dr. Anil Bharath, PhD
Head, Scleroderma Programme at NIHR Leeds Musculoskeletal Biomedical Research Centre
Dr Francesco Del Galdo, MD, PhD
Hand and Wrist Surgeon International Committee of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand (ASSH)
Dr. Lorenzo Garagnani
Head at Upper Limb Biomechanics, Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London
Dr. Angela Kedgley, PhD
Head of Musculoskeletal Biodynamics, 
Department of Surgery and Cancer, 
Imperial College London
Professor Alison McGregor

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