InsightRX Labs

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Project Voyager: Oncology
  • Our oncology platform continuously learns from a patient’s pharmacological characteristics by analyzing routinely collected biomarkers and tumor imaging data. The platform empowers Oncologists to identify an optimal cancer therapy at an individualized dosing regimen by predicting tumor progression and the likelihood of drug-related toxic events such as myelosuppression. At a population level, providers can use the InsightRX powered analytics engine to analyze prescribing patterns, investigate patient subgroups, and improve treatment guidelines.
  • STATUS: Recruiting clinicians to utilize new module.
Project Nova: Ophthalmology
  • Our Ophthalmology precision therapy platform allows Opthalmogists to predict the likelihood of treatment success by forecasting visual acuity score and retinal thickness, enabling the right therapy to be administered at the right time for patients with macular degeneration
  • STATUS: Recruiting clinicians to utilize new module.
Project Apollo: Diabetes Management
  • Our Diabetes precision therapy platform dynamically learns from a patient’s disease and drug response characteristics - insulin levels, fasting plasma glucose and HbA1c profiles - in order to help clinicians optimize and adjust treatment of various Type 2 Diabetes medications.
  • STATUS: Recruiting thought-leaders to assist in development on module.
Project Gemini: Pharmacogenomics
  • We combine the mechanistic framework of quantitative pharmacology with pharmacogenetics to allow clinicians to identify optimal treatment and dosing regimens for an individual patient. The Insight PGX platform utilizes genetic determinants of drug
    response in a contextual and quantitative manner through a pharmacometric-driven
    framework across several therapeutic areas.
  • STATUS: Recruiting genetic counselors to provide feedback and input.
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