Open Orphan plc (LON:ORPH), a rapidly growing specialist pharmaceutical services clinical research organisation and world leader in vaccine and antiviral testing using human challenge clinical trials, has announced that hVIVO, a subsidiary of Open Orphan, has officially launched its Disease in Motion® platform. This unique data-focused platform includes clinical, immunological, virological and digital (wearable) biomarkers. The Disease in Motion platform has multiple infectious disease applications that are applicable to a wide variety of end users including big tech, wearables, pharma and biotech companies.
hVIVO has been at the forefront of running human challenge studies for more than 20 years and has built up one of the most comprehensive, multi-parametric bio and databanks ever created for infectious diseases. This dataset from the Disease in Motion platform is continuously gathered throughout the onset, progression and resolution of an infection which is enabled by hVIVO’s challenge study model. The Company is committed to volunteer patient data privacy and data is only collected from fully consented volunteers in accordance with all relevant privacy guidelines.
For more information on the platform, please visit www.hvivo.com/DiseaseInMotion
Cathal Friel, Executive Chairman said: “The Disease in Motion platform includes data from cutting edge wearables that are applicable to a wide variety of end users including big tech, wearables, pharma and biotech companies. As volunteers remain under close observation prior to viral challenge, during disease progression and until resolution, data is captured across the full time-course of the infection, yielding possible insights into the body’s response to infection. The Disease in Motion platform currently spans several conditions with plans to expand this going forward.
As a recognised global leader in supporting the development of therapeutics and vaccines, hVIVO and our team of virological, clinical and regulatory experts are actively in discussion with potential partners to help address the next set of challenges facing humanity.”