Category Archives: In the news

Seer is a finalist in the 2018 Telstra Business Awards!

Seer is one of only 84 finalists in the 2018 Telstra Business Awards. The prestigious program recognises the best in business across four categories: Emerging and Energised, Small and Succeeding, Medium and Making Waves, and Social Change Maker. Seer, one of over 10,000 entries in this years awards, was evaluated across a broad range of…

Breakthrough epilepsy monitoring device receives investment funding

Seer Medical’s Mark Cook, in conjunction with The Bionics Institute, St Vincent’s Melbourne and the University of Melbourne has launched a new Australian venture to develop a breakthrough monitoring device to improve management of epilepsy and seizure-related conditions – Minder ™. The successful venture with an initial A$3.65 million investment from Cochlear Ltd and other…

Seer Medical CEO, Dean Freestone, presenting at Novartis Digital Health Summit

Seer Medical at the Novartis Digital Health Summit

Dean and Rory presented at the Novartis Digital Health Summit in Sydney on the 3rd of May. Dean talked about how our ambulatory EEG-ECG service applies digital technologies to transfer neurological, cardiac and sleep monitoring from the hospital to the home, and streamline the diagnostic process for clinicians. Rory presented a series of case studies…

Aus MedTech 2018

Seer Medical at AusMedTech 2018

Dean went to the AusMedTech meeting in Adelaide this month to participate in two panels. In the first session, Dean represented Australia’s National Digital Health – ANDHealth – Incentive and spoke about Seer Medical’s experience in the program. In the second session, he spoke about the convergence of technology in healthcare alongside representatives from Uni…

Seizure Forecasting using Big Data & Cloud Computing

Researchers from Seer Medical were recently involved in a collaboration with the University of Melbourne to build a mobile seizure forecasting system. The project was led by Mark Cook and Dean Freestone with the University of Melbourne. Seer team members Pip Karoly and Ewan Nurse contributed to the development of new seizure forecasting tools. Read the…