Scots software helping research
Great Ormond Street deal for Aridhia
Aridhia’s software will enable research teams working on pioneering research into clinical practice.
Chris Roche, CEO of Aridhia, said: “Great Ormond Street Hospital is world-renowned and it is an honour to be given the opportunity to support such extraordinary researchers deliver ground-breaking research across multiple clinical domains.”
Dr Peter Steer, chief executive, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children Foundation Trust said: “We look forward to working with Aridhia to develop an innovative platform which will transform the way we undertake and collaborate on research.
“This will allow us to bring more life-saving treatments to children with rare diseases in the UK and worldwide.”
Co-founded in 2008 by Scots technology entrepreneur David Sibbald and Professor Andrew Morris, Edinburgh-based Aridhia works across the UK and Europe in collaboration with the NHS, research organisations, life sciences companies, IT service providers and patients.
In 2015 the company signed a partnership with Edinburgh healthcare billing company Craneware to further their growth into the US.