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CoBRI, is a public-private initiative committed to public health conditions in low to middle income populations. Combining the skills of a variety of organisation to bring scientific research to communities.
The hair & scalp care testing facilities under SPRIM management, allow access to standardized processes in measurement and sampling in hair & scalp testing. These facilities located in Bangkok and Shanghai provide safety and efficacy services for claim substantiation in hair care products. SPRIM full testing service includes participant recruitment, clinical evaluation, self-perception and objective instrumentation measurements.
Fitness First Gravity web & app offers a different and highly personalized service designed to cater particularly to busy executives who are seeking access to holistic wellness services in a personal and private environment. Gravity app will help members track their own fitness and health index values at their fingertips. Members can also book appointment with their preferred Wellness Expert & coaches & get recommended challenges to suit their health & lifestyle.
BETAplast™ Smartpore technology was launched in Asia with the support of a multi-disciplinary panel of experts, scientific research and deep insights into in the medical communities in terms of protocols, medical unmet needs and patient journey. The online platform developed for the launch captures this multi-faceted approach.
1 out of 3 people have Fatty Liver. Fatty Liver leads to NASH (Non-Alcoholic Steatohepatitis)
and is set to become the leading cause of Liver Cancer and Liver Transplant.Your medical information can help identify the early stages of Fatty Liver Disease.
HealthFactr evaluates your risk of developing chronic diseases by leveraging the power of algorithms.
HealthFactr algorithms determine which lifestyle factors contribute to your risk and delivers actionable insights and behaviors that can reduce your risk.
BABYFIE is an online solution for pregnant women and moms to track health, milestones and connect with healthcare professionals in emerging markets. Launched in 2016, Babyfie growing community connects to 20,000 mothers and babies and 5,000 healthcare professionals in South East Asia. Babyfie initiative is supported by Danone.
20% of Americans have Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) symptoms. Irritable bowel syndrome is a chronic condition that commonly causes abdominal pain, cramping, bloating, gas, diarrhea, and constipation.
Participate in our research study to receive compensation for helping to advance our scientific understanding of this disease.
An estimated 15 million babies are born preterm each year.If you’re concerned about preterm birth, help us by sharing your medical information and biological samples with our doctors and researchers. Together we can develop solutions that better prevent & manage preterm birth.
Air pollution and UVs are main causes of skin damages.This includes dryness, premature aging, skin rashes, eczema and acne.
Participate in our research study on air pollution and UV impact on skin and learn along the way.
Machine-based learning could be as effective as the human ear when it comes to detecting infant crying or fussing, opening up possibilities for potential clinical applications such as detecting colic.
Unilever Personal Care (UL) pioneers communicating with Dermatologists about mass market products in Brazil
In Brazil, a barrier exists between dermatologists and OTC products – making it challenging for mass brands to earn a share of dermatologist recommendations. The challenge for the UL/SPRIM partnership was to design an impactful strategy and communication plan to break down these barriers and get dermatologists to recognize and understand the innovative technologies behind UL mass products.
Since 2012, UL has been working with SPRIM to create and execute these strategies, which has made UL a pioneer in this space that is positively recognized by the dermatologist community.
SPRIM hosted a ‘Breakfast Meeting’ with Nutritionists to present Cuida Bem’s healthy snack portfolio as well as discuss issues related to the category. This was a private event in which Nutritionists were given the first hand opporutnity to experience the products with their piers and brand representatives.
Improve Patient Outcomes in Intensive Care Units by Nutrition Monitoring:
A GE Healthcare/Nestle Health Science Collaboration
A SPRIM initiated partnership: The GE Healthcare and Nestlé Health Science collaboration aims to connect the technology that delivers nutrients to the patient with the advanced analytic technology that measures the specific nutrition a patient needs. This will enable an integrated approach to help clinicians deliver more targeted and optimal nutrition plans to patients in ICU.
Script is a free online test that automates online medical research protocols to diagnose skin types and specificities. Identifying key skin concerns like pigmentation, acne and wrinkles and in just ten minutes, Script recommends a personalized skin care plan.
SISMAAT™ is a new generation of predictive computational model of the skin epidermis assisting cosmetic and pharmaceutical companies to develop better and safer products/drugs and allowing consumers to benefit from personalized tool to predict the impact of a cosmetic or a drug on his own skin. SISMAAT is supported by LVMH Research and developed partnership with the CAS-MPG Partner Institute, a Research Institute jointly established by Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and German Max Planck Society (MPG).
SPRIM designed and implemented claim substantiation strategy supported by a randomized placebo controlled trial to assess the health benefit of Yili Mei Yi Tian on digestive health. The scientific publication of the results in China allow to derive differentiating claimable benefits of the product and successfully transformed science into a simple consumer solution.
Recent discoveries have shown that somatic [adult] stem cells, found in skin, can be programmed to grow new skin, hair, and nerves.” explains Dr. Alfred Lane, professor of dermatology and pediatrics at Stanford University School of Medicine. Dior delved into Stanford’s findings to formulate the new Capture Totale antiaging skincare line. “What’s been established is that epidermal stem cells fuel the turnover of all skin cells, which essentially keeps complexions looking bright, plump, and refreshed,” says Eric Perrier, head of LVMH Research and Development. “Problem is, stem cells are also the most fragile of cells. Stress from the sun, pollution, and other toxins weaken them significantly as we get older.” The goal: Protect these frail cells. Dior does it with TP Vityl, a topical ingredient derived from vitamin E, which absorbs into the dermis. “Think of it as SPF for stem cells, protecting them so they work more efficiently,” adds Perrier. One Essential serum, the line’s star product, uses TP Vityl to up the strength of proven wrinkle-smoothing, skin-tone-evening ingredients like retinol, vitamin C, and AHAs.
SPRIM coordinated this Public-Private Partnership. Innovative solutions to curb the progression of diabetes such as the Health Multiplex were launched in 2014. They reached over 100,000 users in India and provided a simple platform for simple feedback for nutrition, fitness and medical conditions. Engaging users in a meaningful and fun way, the Diabetes Grand Challenge was also designed as a scientific program to better understand meaningful life style modifications and their inclusion in the treatment of non-communicable diseases.
A high quality probiotic product containing high concentration of Lactobacillus acidophilus and L. casei demonstrated to prevent Clostridium difficile infection and diarrhea during antibiotic treatment. The trial coordinated by SPRIM was published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology. A video presenting the key results can be found here.
SPRIM and Activia®, a leading yoghurt brand with Probiotics, helped collecting and presenting the Thai FDA with scientific researches, clinical and medical researches as well as studies information written by leading nutritionists, doctors and academics. The Thai FDA used these document and information for its strict consideration process and finally issued the Food and Drug Administration’s Order No. 403/2551 on the Consideration and Permission of Health Claim of Probiotics in Food Products.
Beijing, 16 and 17 October 2004Organised by the Chinese ministry of VigRx Plus Commerce, in partnership with the China Foundation for food safety.