With the vision to ameliorate chronic disease management in Hong Kong, CLAIRE Clinical AI Research Limited develops an artificial-intelligence-based knee osteoarthritis triage system to facilitate personalised treatment protocols, and with a mobile application to deliver clinical point-of-care.

 

CLAIRE has established connections with worldwide biomedical engineering and nursing researchers, besides the medical personnel in the Hong Kong West Hospital Cluster.

 

To gain academic and industrial recognition, CLAIRE has successfully secured the research publication to Osteoarthritis and Cartilage Journal, invited presentation in the 2020 OARSI World Congress on Osteoarthritis, invited showcase in the 2020 Fall TechConnect Innovation Summit & Showcase.  The company business viability has been approved as being the Awardee of PolyU Micro Fund 2020 and STEP from HKSTP.

CLAIRE致力於利用人工智能改善香港的慢性病管理。我們開發了一種膝關節炎分流系統以提高治療效果,並通過流動應用程式提供遠端護理。此技術已獲得國際學術界和醫療行業的認可,更成為「理大微型基金2020」及「香港科學園STEP計劃」得獎者。未來,我們希望與香港醫務機構合作,將其引進本地醫療系統。

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Our Team

Team Members

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Toby Li

Project Coordinator

Being a Year 4 student studying Biomedical Engineering with Prosthetics and Orthotics, included in the Dean’s Honour List of the Faculty of Engineering, and delegated by his department to attend international conferences in the realms of Biomedical Engineering and Medical Physics, Toby possesses strong biomedical background.  He also formed valuable connections with many multidisciplinary clinical practitioners during his clinical attachment at Queen Mary Hospital, summer internship at Electrical and Mechanical Services Department, and overseas Prosthetics and Orthotics volunteer programme for children with cerebral palsy.

Year 4 student in Biomedical Engineering with Prosthetics and Orthotics, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

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Justin Chan

Data Scientist

Justin, who possesses multidisciplinary background by studying the Master of Statistics in the Hong Kong University and Master of Philosophy in Biomedical Engineering in the Hong Kong Polytechnic University.  He also received his undergraduate degree in Biochemistry and Cell Biology from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, has been actively engaging in scientific research and was nominated to attend international competitions as well as collaboration projects with National University of Singapore and Rice University.  Moreover, he is also working as a research assistant at the Department of Biomedical Engineering in the Hong Kong Polytechnic University.  With the exposure to a wide range of areas, he shows solid background in multidisciplinary perspectives, ranging from biotechnology to machine learning and big data analytics.

BSc(Hons) in Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

 

MStat in the Hong Kong University & MPhil in Biomedical Engineering in the Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Karen Wong

Business Administrator

As a Year 4 student studying Business and Administration in the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Karen has a strong marketing and business administration background with vast experience gained through various school activities and internship programs. By co-organising marketing campaigns in Malaysia and two volunteer service trips abroad, she is able to possess extensive project management knowledge as a marketer with rich global exposure. While the internship experiences in Ernst & Young and FXCM enable her to obtain database management and talent acquisition skills. To further expand her scope of vision, she is now working as an intern in DBS Bank to work with technicians and FinTech start-ups to perform execution of wealth management products delivery.

Year 4 student in Integrated Bachelor of Business Administration, the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Lucy Ng

UX/UI Designer

Joffy Lau

R&D Intern

Andrew Leung

Research Analyst