FathomX works with a range of clinical partners to develop, test and deploy the solution through a series of research collaboration, deployment, co-funding, data transfer and licensing agreements.
National University Hospital
The National University Hospital was established in 1985 and it serves as a tertiary hospital, clinical training centre and research centre for the medical and dental faculties of the National University of Singapore. It is a 1,160-bed tertiary hospital serving more than 670,000 outpatients and 49,000 inpatients.
KK Women and Children’s Hospital
KK Women's and Children's Hospital (abbreviation: KKH; known formerly as Kandang Kerbau Hospital) is the largest hospital specialising in healthcare for women and children in Singapore.
Health Promotion Board
The Health Promotion Board is a statutory board under the Ministry of Health of the Government of Singapore. It was established in 2001 to act as the main driver for national health promotion and disease prevention programmes.
Menzies Health Institute Queensland
Established in 2015, Menzies Health Institute Queensland is a globally-renowned partnership between Griffith University and the prestigious Menzies Foundation. As Griffith’s largest research institute, the institute aims to transform health and community services through informed, innovative and sustainable solutions.
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
The Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, also known as the Peter MacCallum Cancer Institute and commonly abbreviated as Peter Mac, is an Australian oncology research institute, cancer treatment and professional oncologist training centre located in Melbourne, Victoria.
Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Tokyo Medical and Dental University is part of Japan's national university system. Tokyo Medical and Dental University offers baccalaureate and graduate degrees in medicine, dentistry, and related fields.
National Cancer Centre Hospital East
National Cancer Centre Hospital East was established in 1992, with the objective of generating new cancer treatments for the increasing number of cancer patients. Currently, this facility receives more than 9000 new patients annually, and has grown to be one of highest-ranking specialized hospitals in Japan.
Taipei Medical University
Taipei Medical University in Taiwan is in Taipei's Xinyi District. Founded as Taipei Medical College in 1960, it was renamed as Taipei Medical University in 2000. It underwent the processes to building the foundation, flourishing, expansion and transformation via innovation.
Show Chwan Healthcare System
Show chwan health care system is the largest privately-owned hospital group in Taiwan, with 10 hospitals, over 3,700 beds, and 6,000 employees. Innovation and patient-oriented service have always been its core values since being founded in 1973 by Dr Min-ho Huang.
Chung Gung Memorial Hospital
Chang Gung Memorial Hospital (CGMH) is a JCI accredited, multi-specialty hospital situated amidst the flourishing district of Linkou, Taiwan. Founded in 1978, CGMH has been listed among one of Taiwan's largest, most prestigious, medical and educational centres, containing nearly 4,000 beds and a total of 29 specialty centres. Up to date, the hospital has trained more than 1,700 practicing physicians from 75 different countries in the last decade.
Chulalongkorn University, nicknamed Chula, is a public and autonomous research university in Bangkok, Thailand. The university was originally founded during King Chulalongkorn's reign as a school for training royal pages and civil servants in 1899 at the Grand Palace of Thailand.
The University of Malaya is a public research university located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is the oldest and highest-ranking Malaysian institution of higher education according to two international ranking agencies.