Lew Lim and his colleagues invented intranasal light therapy (or “photobiomodulation”) as a non-invasive method to introduce therapeutic photonic energy into the human body in California in 1995. The research and development continued under MedicLights Research Inc in the 2000’s before Vielight Inc was founded to commercialize the invention.
The research data in the field of photomedicine is growing and promising. However, photomedicine requires science combined with engineering creativity to make it accessible for use in everyday life.
Principal Investigator, Wellman Center for Photomedicine at Massachusetts General Hospital
Dr. Hamblin's research interests are now broadly in the area of phototherapy for multiple diseases
Microscopy Molecular Biology Photomedicine Flourescence Microscopy Biotechnology
Dr. Loheswaran has 10 years of experience in research including, protocol design, trial management, and statistics/data analysis
Experimental Design Data Analysis Neuroscience Research Immunohistochemistry Molecular Biology
Founder and CEO
Lew Lim is the founder and CEO of VieLight
Medical Devices Phototherapy Start-Ups Corporate Planning Entrepreneurship
Scientist, Temerty Centre for Therapeutic Brain Intervention
Neuropsychology expert, with a penchant for computational neuroscience
Research and Commercialization Manager
Dr. Liburd supports clinical and preclinical studies with proven success leading projects and establishing key collaborations.
Alzheimer's Disease Global Health Medical Devices Diagnostics Commercialization
Innovation commercialization, Innovation acquisition, innovation community creation
Neurological Technology Mobile Health Technologies Healthcare Efficiency and Technology Healthcare 2.0 Life Sciences Healthcare Innovation Healthcare Funding Alzheimer's Disease International Market Development Strategy