TimeTeller wins the Rising Star award by WLOUNGE Tech Awards Gala 2023!This was certainly the most glamourous event in which we had the pleasure to participate this year!
A true celebration organized by Mali M. Baum and her WLOUNGE team at the Rotes Rathaus, the town hall of Berlin. Among the guests the Governing Mayor Kai Wegner, Stéphane Ouaki 🇺🇦🇪🇺, representing the European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency (EISMEA), and Arne Friedrich who is doing a wonderful work with his Arne-Friedrich-Stiftung supporting equal opportunities for children in need!
We are extremely honoured for the nomination, for participating in this event, and for receiving the Rising Star award. A huge thanks to the WLOUNGE team and the Jury members!
Congratulations to all winners and nominated start-ups, and last but not least congratulations to the extremely hardworking and ever amazing TimeTeller team!!
Check out the story on the startupcity.hamburg/news about TimeTeller
Hamburg-based startup TimeTeller, a spin-off from Berlin's Charité hospital, has gained attention by winning multiple awards in 2023 for its work in utilizing knowledge about a person's internal circadian rhythm for drug treatment in medicine.
The innovative approach has earned TimeTeller recognition, including the Founder Award+ and the Health Innovation Award. Click the link to discover how TimeTeller's chronotherapy could reshape healthcare and improve lives.
The internal clock: A chat with DER SPIEGEL
A few weeks ago DER SPIEGEL visited the research group of Angela Relógio at the MSH Medical School Hamburg to find out more about the circadian clock (our internal 24 h clock). The result was an exciting short documentary where you can learn more about our research, TimeTeller, and some of our projects, including an ongoing study on pediatric oncology with Prof. Dr. Angelika Eggert, director of the Clinic for Pediatric Oncology and Hematology at the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin.
We are very grateful to the MSH our partner university, the scientists of the Relógio group, Deeksha Malhan, Müge Yalçin, Janina Hesse, Nina Nelson, Lisa Gottschlich, the medical students of the MSH, Nicole Neufeld, Caspar Stucke, Belinda Gärtner, and Thies Schnack and Mathis Schneider from DER SPIEGEL.
TimeTeller GmbH is nominated to the Tech Awards Gala 2023 in the category Rising Start!!
We are extremely honoured to be part of the nominated list and super excited to participate at the Tech Awards Gala 2023! This might be beginning of a wonderful journey! A huge thanks to WLOUNGE and see you in Berlin!
TimeTeller GmbH is truly excited about winning the Health Innovation Award 2023!
Innovation and commitment to value-based patient care can drive significant progress in the health tech industry, this was shown during this year's HIP award event.
Centered around “Patient Empowerment,” the award was a collaborative effort with renowned partners like Asklepios, AstraZeneca, Die Techniker, Philips, and the High-Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF), presented in an exciting event fantastically moderated by Inga Bergen.
Congratulations to the other nominated start-ups Skinuvita, BOCAhealthcare GmbH, meal&heal, Neo Q Quality in Imaging GmbH, medudoc | digital patient education, who showcased outstanding ideas in health innovation.
Many thanks to the Jury members, Thomas Ballast | Heider Michael| Christian Kannemeier | Hannelore Loskill | Jannis Preus | Isabelle Schatz, who brought a wealth of expertise to the judging table, and all participants for the great atmosphere and the lively discussions and networking. Hamburg is the place to be!
The Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Klimaschutz
awards for founders were announced yesterday during the #DigitalGipfel (German Digital Summit) in Jena. Among the awardees for the main prize, the Gründungspreis+, was TimeTeller GmbH, represented by Angela Relógio and Benjamin Dose!
The award acknowledges the work of highly innovative startups in Germany, with a strong digital component and the potential to be game changers in their respective field.
A big thanks to our hosts yesterday at the award ceremony, Dr. Anna Christmann and Dr. Robert Habeck, German minister for economy and climate, and also to the Gründungswettbewerb – Digitale Innovationen - team, Matthias Bürger, 💡Stefan Petzolt, Catleen Steeger, Kristina Peneva, Tilman Liebchen.
TimeTeller is extremely honoured, this is an amazing reward for the tremendous hard work of our amazing team, and a huge motivation to pursue our vision and contribute to a better and more personalized cancer treatment!
Last week the largest B2B medical expert trade fair took place in Düsseldorf, Germany. 83.000 visitors and participants from 70 nations were at MEDICA - Leading International Trade Fair.
New this year was a session on Circadian Health. As guest speaker, Angela Relógio, CEO of TimeTeller GmbH and head of the group of Circadian Medicine and Systems Biology at the MSH Medical School Hamburg, discussed recent advances in the field of circadian health both regarding health optimization and disease prevention, as well as in treatment personalization following the patient’s circadian rhythm. New tools to measure the circadian clock like the saliva-based TimeTeller-IVD are now emerging in the field and will contribute to the implementation of circadian medicine in the clinical routines, for the benefit of the patients.
Important aspects related to the impact of circadian considerations in the society including important aspects like the winter/summer time or optimal school opening hours were discussed by Prof. Dr. Kerstin Cuhls, from the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI, also a speaker at the session.
A big thank you to the organizers for bringing this new exciting topic to the MEDICA, and looking forward to a session on the topic in 2024!
It takes grit to start a company, and it takes a village to make it work!
An important role is played by policy makers. TimeTeller GmbH is most grateful to have been part of the Hamburg Start-Up delegation during a two-days visit to Berlin. We had the opportunity to discuss start-up specific topics with Staatsrätin Almut Möller, Marcus Körber from the Landesvertretung Hamburg in Berlin, and MdB Metin Hakverdi. A follow-up meeting is in planning, and given the diversity of the topics within the start-up landscape in Hamburg, there will certainly be a lot to discuss. Many thanks also to Claudia Behrendt from the Digital Hub Initiative, Reik Högner from the Deutscher Bundestag, the Bundespressamt, the Federal Ministry for Economics and Climate Action, Julius Welsch from Life Science Nord, and Angus Baigent from Hamburg Aviation for the great photos!
On the 17th of October, TimeTeller´s CEO Angela Relógio had the opportunity to participat in the Base Camp Week held in Berlin, engaging in dialogues during "Themenwoche Tag 2," facilitated by Get Started by Bitkom. The session provided a ground to delve into discussions aimed at propelling the Health Tech startup landscape forward. Together with a diverse panel consisting of Prof. Angela Relógio, Maren Lesche, Dr. Jakob Kaminski and David Kregler, the untapped potential of digitalization in healthcare was discussed.
You can find the recording of the session here.
We are delighted to announce that TimeTeller is among the startups selected for public voting within the IDEE-Förderpreis.
Ten new great ideas, among which TimeTeller, were pre-selected, and can been seen and voted at https://www.idee-kaffee.com/de-de/foerderpreis/publikumsvoting.
The winner of the public vote will have the opportunity to present to the expert jury and may win the prestigious IDEE award. The voting will run until 31 October 2023.
The Hamburg coffee roaster Albert Darboven has been awarding the IDEE-Förderpreis since 1997. The prize is a national award for innovative ideas for business start-ups by women. Viable and promising business concepts from all economic sectors are sought. The focus is on promoting female entrepreneurs who secure the international competitiveness of the German economy with innovative and sustainable business ideas.