Proximie co-founder Nadine Hachach-Haram features in BioBeat’s 50 Movers & Shakers in BioBusiness 2018 for her innovative contribution to healthcare.
The annual list emphasises the role of women in leading, inspiring and innovating to ensure new technologies and treatments continue to improve UK health.
Nadine was chosen as one of the 50 women leaders due to the groundbreaking work she has carried out in enabling remote surgery, consultations and teaching through the Proximie augmented reality technology solutions.
BioBeat founder Miranda Weston-Smith said: “Congratulations to the outstanding women leaders who are recognised as the 50 Movers and Shakers in BioBusiness 2018. They are changing what is possible for the benefit of humanity and helping to build a more inclusive, responsive healthcare ecosystem – whether that’s by developing revolutionary products, shaping bioscience through investment, accelerating the innovation pipeline, transforming patient access to healthcare or supporting innovation from concept to market.”
BioBeat is a collaborative innovation platform for healthcare entrepreneurs and leaders based in Cambridge, UK.
Nadine was also recently awarded a British Empire Medal in the 2018 Queen’s birthday honours for her innovative work with Proximie.
She said: “Our purpose through Proximie is to break down barriers of time and space to enable improved clinical collaboration to enhance patient care. This results in a real and impactful scaling of expertise. Augmented reality technology is allowing us to do that.
“I would like to thank BioBeat for honouring me in this way, most of all I would like to thank the Proximie team for all the work they do in making my vision a reality.”