International summer students from KTH visited Flemingsberg Science to hear about Mando Group´s journey from research - innovation - product. Billy Langlet presented the EU-project SPLENDID.
The EU-project SPLENDID met in Wageningen, Holland, 18-19 May with its scientific advisors: Julian Shield, University of Bristol, Anton Scheurink, University of Groningen and Jaakko Tuomilehto, University of Helsinki.Show more pictures
The new Patient Act entitles you to choose outpatient care anywhere in Sweden. That makes it possible for you to choose the Mandometer treatment even if we do not have a clinic in your county.Read more
Anna Starbrink and Daniel Forslund from the Stockholm City Council visited the Mandometer Clinic in Huddinge to learn more about our treatment and of course try the Mandometer scale.
We have had no less than four visits from politicians over this last month.Show more pictures
We will exhibit Mandometer5 at the American Diabetes Association EXPO New York.
Visit us at Booth #538, Javits Center
March 14 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.www.diabetes.org
TEM, our partner manufacturer of Mandometer generation 5, visited us for a productive workshop.
We have released a new website for our New York Clinic focusing on weight loss treatment.
Soon, all our sites will benefit from an updated design.mandoleannyc.com
Eva Krutmeijer, Board Member, following company holiday party:
"A place where one is noticed and appreciated by management and colleagues. A place where one goes the extra mile. The team spirit and enthusiasm on display yesterday makes it clear for me why this company is showing such strong results."
Happy Holidays from us at Mando!
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