Mando is proud to be a part of the EU-project SPLENDID together with expert scientists and engineers from five European countries.
We are developing a personalised guidance system that can monitor and guide young individuals to improve their eating and activity behaviour.Read the SPLENDID newsletterTo the SPLENDID website
Great success when Cecilia Bergh presented Mandometer generation 5 at Digital Health Days 2014 in Stockholm.Interview with Cecilia Bergh
Many young women diet to avoid getting overweight, some lose control and develop anorexia. But hundreds of women have recovered by learning to eat normally, thereby resolving all of their problems. The new paper explains how eating behavior acts on the brain to restore the health of underweight women.Show pdf
NYC staff participated in Mando Academy sessions chaired by Cecilia Bergh.
AB Mando is awarded a contract with the Västra Götaland’s region in Sweden to treat patients with eating disorders.
The newspaper Huddinge Nyheter covers Stefan Löfven's visit to the Mandometer Clinic at Novum in Stockholm.Read article (in swedish)
"Could these 'smart scales' cure anorexia? 75% of patients who used device were free of symptoms a year later."Read article in Daily Mail UK
Stefan Löfven, leader of the Social Democratic Party in Sweden visited our Clinic in Stockholm on March 19.Show more pictures
Deborah Cardile and Diane Insola from our New York Clinic presented Mandolean at Diabetes EXPO in NYC.
Cecilia Bergh is interviewed by "Bosnisk Post"Show pdf
Mandometer Clinic has Breakthrough in Treating Anorexia and Bulimia. The Mandometer Clinic announces the publication in the American Psychological Associations’ journal Behavioral Neuroscience, its groundbreaking study on Effective Treatment of Eating Disorders: Results at Multiple Sites.Show Press release (pdf)Read Article (apa.org)Our newsroom (cision.com)
On 26 November, Jan Stålemark, CEO of Mandometer AB, got all excited! Mandometer was awarded a 1 million SEK research grant from VINNOVA, Sweden´s Innovation Agency, to make Mandometer available to obese patients in primary care. The clinical Staff at Mando Group has already shown that it works.