Ouraring, developer of the world’s first wellness ring and app – ŌURA – announced today that it has been invited to participate in the Third International Regenerative Medicine Conference in the Vatican, April 28 – 30, 2016.
Created by The Stem For Life Foundation and The Vatican’s Pontifical Council For Culture, this exclusive, international event will bring together the world’s leading Cell Therapy scientists, physicians, patients, ethicists and leaders of faith, government and philanthropy to discuss the latest cellular therapy breakthroughs, and to explore the interconnections between science, technology, culture, faith and ethics.
“We are very honored to be invited to this event. Our company is driven by the desire to help people improve and take control of their health and well-being, and the International Regenerative Medicine Conference is an incredible forum for engaging in this discussion”, says Petteri Lahtela, CEO & Cofounder of Ouraring.
Focusing on the relationship between sleep, activity and recovery, ŌURA wants to be in the forefront in developing personalized, accessible solutions for creating balance between active life, sleep and rest to improve mental and physical performance and health in the context of normal daily life.
“Instead of just measuring individual metrics like steps or heart rate, we combine top-tier science and technological innovation to help people understand how our body and mind responds to our daily choices and rhythms. Based on the physiological responses of our body, we want to provide meaningful, personalized and actionable guidance, and shift the question about personal health from “what?” to “why?”, Petteri Lahtela explains.
Scientific advancements, technological innovation and finding ways to allow personalized medical solutions are key themes at this year’s event in the Vatican.
“Science and technology are converging to such an extent that we’re now able to measure and monitor vitals and other bodily functions in order to provide real-time health information, allowing individuals to make lifestyle adjustments and enable practitioners to intervene rapidly when needed,” said Dr. Robin Smith, President of the Stem for Life Foundation. “We are excited to show our attendees the capabilities of the wearable rings and learn the breadth of information they can measure.”