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Christina Brandmair

Senior Program Manager Health, Plug and Play

Christina Brandmair

Senior Program Manager Health, Plug and Play

Creasphere Insights – Digital Twin

Computers are more indispensable in our daily lives than ever before. They influence how we live in both obvious and non obvious ways. The next obvious development step in human machine interaction is an interface which enables a more frictionless communication.

Creasphere Insights – Brain-Computer-Interfaces

Computers are more indispensable in our daily lives than ever before. They influence how we live in both obvious and non obvious ways. The next obvious development step in human machine interaction is an interface which enables a more frictionless communication.

Creasphere Insights – Menopause

Menopause is a natural biological process that marks the cessation of the female menstrual cycle, typically occurring for the majority of women in their late 40s and early 50s. In order to lower the severity of symptoms commonly associated with Menopause, digital solutions provide an

Creasphere Insights – Contraception Management

Access to effective contraception methods has enhanced women’s autonomy by enabling independent fertility and family planning opportunities. The variety of different fertility management solutions is growing, nevertheless, the pill is the most common contraceptive method.

Creasphere Insights – Polycystic Ovary Syndrom (PCOS)

Approximately 5 - 10% of women in their reproductive age, mainly between 15 and 44 are affected by PCOS, a widespread health problem caused by an imbalance of reproductive hormones. Digital Solutions can play a critical role to alleviate the implications of PCOS.

Creasphere Insights – Syrona Health

Syrona Health has developed a digital solution to better cope symptoms and causes of Endometrioses thereby helps millions of women. We met with Chantelle Bell, Co-Founder of Syrona Health, to discuss their views on the condition and the important role they are playing. 

Creasphere Insights – Endometriosis

Although according to the American Journal of Epidemiology, 10-15% of women in their reproductive years suffer from the condition, it still takes an average 7 years to diagnose endometriosis.

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