Laronix is an Australian biomedical company that has developed Bionic Voice:
a wearable high-quality voice prosthesis for laryngectomees.
Laronix’s Bionic Voice is non-invasive to the body and naturally controlled during speech and it generates an exceptionally high quality compared to other modalities in the market.
The technology was invented by Dr. Farzaneh Ahmadi during her Postdoctoral term at Western Sydney University. Farzaneh founded Laronix in August 2019 and has completed pre-clinical trials of the solution and secured private and public funds.
Laronix is now partnering with two prominent university hospitals in the US and Australia to perform the clinical trials of the solution before moving on to scaled manufactory.
Laronix has a team of world-renown clinical and machine learning advisors to launch a wearable high-quality non-invasive alternative to existing invasive voice prostheses and improve patient outcomes.
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MEET THE TEAM
Dr. Farzaneh Ahmadi
Scientific Lead of Bionic Voice research, Nagoya University,
a globally pioneering research team in Bionic Voice design
Professor Tomoki Toda
World Leading Expert
in AI for natural
Senior Product Designer
Human-Computer Interaction, User Experience Design,
Customer Discovery Research
Head of Hardware Design
Senior R&D Product Lead, Electronics Design Engineer, electronic circuits, embedded systems, multi-layer PCB design,
Master of Speech & Language Pathology & Cancer Science, speech and voice impairments, advanced skills in laryngectomy management
AI Voice Cloning Engineer
Specializes in AI for
natural voice synthesis
Embedded Software Engineer
Biomedical & Electrical Engineering graduate, Electronics Design,
Embedded Systems Engineer
Clinical Consultant &
PhD of Biomedical & Cancer research, advanced skills in
project research management,
clinical trials & studies
Bachelor of Biomedical Science
Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
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