DiHeSys takes first steps into application
In a pilot project involving the University and the University Hospital Tübingen, a start-up based in Ulm is testing the production of personalied drugs using digital 2D/3D printing.
Doctors and pharmacists of the future will prescribe and produce individualised drugs, manufactured by pharma printers. That is the conviction of DiHeSys, the start-up from Ulm.
With the help of personal patient data such as weight, height and lifestyle habits, one idea is to produce drugs directly in the pharmacy.
Curerntrly, first steps toward application are being done in a 2-year- pilot project that is funded by the Baden-Württemberg Ministry of Economic Affairs, Labour and Housing as part of the Baden-Württemberg Health Region Forum.