Predisure is a project to create a software toolkit which aims to help catch pandemics before they happen and thereby prevent them.

We have been working on Predisure as a side project since 2018, here is one of our Elevator Pitches in 2019:

When the Covid-19 pandemic was declared in 2020, it became very clear our idea made sense so we decided we would take a break from fundraising to further develop the Predisure models and software.

The kit comes with a crowdedness alert system for shops and other venues where people congregate, and a state of the art, molecular evidence based pathogen detection and surveillance system, which drives our machine learning models to predict and forecast pandemics.

We are also building software tools to help developing countries with surveillance and prediction of neglected tropical diseases such as Dengue Fever.

We expanded our team and are now starting to get ready for the next round of fundraising. If you are interested in our project, working with us or funding us, please drop us a line on the form at the bottom of this page!

The team

Our advisors

Name Institution
John McCauley, PhD Worldwide Influenza Centre, The Francis Crick Institute
Barbara Domayne-Hayman, PhD Entrepreneur in Residence at the Francis Crick Institute
Prof. Wendy Barclay Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College, London