Future Health Tech


Doctor with med tech overlay

TSSG is merging its decades of experience delivering successful ICT research, with the needs and expertise of the Life Sciences and Healthcare sectors. We have successfully built partnerships with both academia and industry to progress the digital health research field and deliver end solutions to our industry partners.

Our Future Health Lab is committed to achieving better health outcomes through our focus on the following thematic areas:
• Pervasive Sensing & IoT
• Gait and Movement Analysis
• Molecular Communications & Synthetic Biology
• Clinical Data as a Service (CDaaS)
• VR Neurorehabilitation/Adaptation
• mHealth Technologies

We adopt a collaborative approach supported through our work with clinicians and patient advocates to gain a clear understanding of unmet clinical needs.

Through our blended technology approach we engage with the Life Science industry to discover disruptive methods of targeted drug delivery, evaluation of medication/treatment efficacy, modelling of disease communication, disease treatment methods and human centric mHealth technologies.

Some of the challenges that we are faced with in today’s society include;
• proliferation of technological solutions that lack a clinical evidence based foundation and regulatory stamp of approval
• constantly changing technological landscape contributing to exponential growth in the disparity across solutions
• lack of adoption of disruptive methods such as Molecular Communications that have the potential to radically change the Life Sciences industry resulting in better patient outcomes
• imbalance between human centric design and technology design
TSSG is actively working to overcome these challenges through interdisciplinary collaboration.

Engage with us through a co-design workshop to kick start your next innovation.

Main Future Health Lab contact:
denise.manton@tssg.org

 

EU Projects:


CIRCLE : COORDINATING EUROPEAN RESEARCH ON MOLECULAR COMMUNICATIONS

Press related to CIRCLE
Squaring the CIRCLE at Cambridge: 1st Workshop on Molecular Communications
EU-wide CIRCLE project to be launched at Nancoom conference

Events
1st CIRCLE Workshop on Molecular Communications
2nd Workshop on Molecular Communications

Tech Connect Live – May 31st RDS, Dublin
HEALTH Presentation: Dr Micheal Barros will be presenting ‘The Future of Healthcare from a ICT Perspective’. See more HERE

 

General Press


Neuro VR
Could VR be used to battle brain diseases?

 

Publications


Michael T. Barros. Ca2+-signaling-based molecular communication systems: design and future research directions. Nano Communication Networks , 2017.

Michael T. Barros, Sasitharanand Balasubramaniam, and R. Mullins. Integrated Terahertz Communication with Reflectors for 5G Small Cell Networks. IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology , 2017. (doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TVT.2016.2639326)