The SocialTech Launchpad is a 3 hour event where we challenge you to learn as much as you can about entrepreneurship, technology and get what it takes to become one of the transformative leaders of tomorrow.
Participation is free, but registration is necessary as we only have limited seats available
Menno Gravemaker is the Founder and CEO of MoMo Medical. MoMo Medical is a company that helps nurses to have an overview of all their residents during the evening and night. Menno founded MoMo Medical in 2017 when he also joined the accelerator program at YES!Delft, since then the company has grown into a well trusted partner for national and international healthcare organisations, serving more than 4000 patients.
As Menno explains: “We help nurses answer the question 'who needs me?', reduce their workload and enable them to provide the best care to their patients”. The American accelerator for startups Y Combinator invested in Momo Medical for a reason, because this Dutch startup solves a huge current problem in healthcare. Following his success at Y combinator, he was also invited to join the Dutch trade mission to the USA last September, together with Queen Maxima and a delegation of top companies and experts in life sciences & health.
Sara Okhuijsen is Chief Scientific Officer at OASYS NOW. OASYS NOW is a cyber security and intelligent data storage & analysis solutions company based at YES!Delft Rotterdam on the Woudestein campus. The company offers ethical-by-design, privacy-first, and future-proof data processes and storage solutions for Biotechnology and High-security organisations active in the field of health and genomics.
As a creative mind with a passion for science and innovation and committed to utilising her skills and knowledge to bring science and innovation to people. Sara’s work at OASYS NOW enabled her to bring cutting edge technology and scientific advancements to society, by building an ethical-by-design storage and exchange platform for DNA.
Onno Helder is a senior care researcher who has worked as a neonatal intensive care nurse for almost 25 years and successfully completed his PhD in 2013. Onno was the vice chair of the Patient Safety and Hygiene working group of the Standards of Care for Newborn Health project initiated by the European Foundation for the care of Newborn Infants (EFCNI) until 2018.
In 2020 he founded Create4Care at Erasmus MC. This has been an independent department where over twelve employees work together from both Erasmus MC and Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences. Create4Care includes a design and prototyping studio that helps to solve practical problems through smart technical innovations. With the overall mission to improve the safety in patient care and optimise the work process for healthcare professionals.