Background

Born from world leading research in the bio-engineering lab of Imperial College, Arthronica has been one of the pioneers of Vision AI since 2008.

Arthronica was spun-out from the bio-engineering lab of Imperial College. Originating from a cross-lab research between the MSK and the BICI labs that aimed to reverse-engineer the human motion and forces visually.

Imperial College is routinely ranked as one of the top universities in the world, and 1st in Europe for Innovation (Reuters, Top 100 Innovative universities, 2018), Imperial College is renowned for innovation in scientific and engineering fields; its Nobel Laureates include Alexander Fleming, Ernst Boring chain, and Dennis Gabor.

The Team

Letizia Gionfrida

Co-founder
Letizia worked as Ph.D. Research Associate in the Biologically Inspired Computer Vision Lab and in the Upper Limb Biomechanics Lab in the Bioengineering at Imperial College London. She received a BEng, MEng in Bioengineering and worked in medical and computer vision departments across the globe, including the New York University and the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.

Suruchi Kothari

Co-founder
Suruchi graduated from Imperial College with a medical degree and a BSc in management. She has extensive experience with medtech startups. At Touch Surgery, she created the Virtual Residency Program, that led to a multi-million USD pharma deal and was implemented in over 150 US residency programs. She launched the Osso VR Training Network, and sold the product into the top ten US Ivy-league orthopaedic residency programs in the first 6 months, creating new channel of recurrent revenue for Osso.