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Lana Feng, Ph.D.

CEO and Co-Founder, Huma.AI
New Huma.AI Clinical Development Solution Provides Transparent Trial, PI, and Patient Data to Reveal Insights and Opportunities–Instantly
By Lana Feng, Ph.D. on October 17, 2022

New eBook Reveals How Data-Driven Clinical Intelligence Empowers Sponsors Using Everyday Language Oct. 14, 2022, Palo Alto, CA - Huma.AI, a...

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Huma.AI Announces Appointment of Karen Drexler to Its Board of Directors and Jean-Olivier Racine to Its Advisory Board
By Lana Feng, Ph.D. on July 19, 2022

New board members to provide expertise and guidance to help set strategic direction for Huma.AI into the future – appointments come during key phase...

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Machine Learning and the Future of Systematic Literature Review
By Lana Feng, Ph.D. on April 21, 2022

Laurie Mitchell, President of Criterion Edge, recently sat down for an interview to discuss the uses and benefits of Systematic Literature Review...

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Huma.AI Sponsors New EU MDR and IVDR Resource Center for MedTech Regulatory Professionals
By Lana Feng, Ph.D. on April 1, 2022

Huma.AI has announced the launch of a new EU MDR and IVDR Resource Center on MedTech Intelligence (MTI). The MTI Resource Center is a free community...

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Huma.AI Adds Post-Market Surveillance Capacity to its Unique AI-Based Healthcare Data Knowledge Platform
By Lana Feng, Ph.D. on February 8, 2022

Huma.AI has announced that it has secured $9.5 million in funding to expand its team, technology, and products to meet the needs of its fast-growing...

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Women Who Tech Announces Finalists of FemTech and HealthTech Challenge
By Lana Feng, Ph.D. on November 17, 2021

Women Who Tech (WWT) is one of the largest non-profits funding and showcasing women-led ventures today.

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4 Ways MSLs Can Make a Superhuman Impact through Scientific Exchange
By Lana Feng, Ph.D. on October 1, 2021

Medical Affairs teams have been challenged with an extreme reduction in face-to-face meetings.

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