Our mission is to bring personalised insights using AI-powered technologies, to help people look after their mental health more easily and effectively. Our vision is to help everyone get the right care at the right time.
At Humin, everyone is respected and recognised in our core values, be it the Humin team, our stakeholders or our users.
Meet the team
People are our greatest asset and a key competitive advantage.
With a great team, we can achieve great things.
With my personal experience in bulimia, I feel a strong responsibility to help solve our mental health crisis. I want to bring products that are warm, enjoyable to use and that can deliver significant impact.
Min is a project manager in the NHS Digital Transformation. She previously worked in the NHSX as a business analyst, and in a mental healthcare startup as a market analyst. She majored in neuroscience and mental health during her Biomedical Science and Management degree at Imperial College London, before pursuing a Master’s in Healthcare Technologies at King’s College London.
I wish to use my technical experience to improve people’s quality of life. My own family and relatives history was affected by mental health diseases, and it has made the desire to bring solutions for it even stronger.
Hugo is pursuing a PhD in Artificial Intelligence for Medical Imaging at King’s College London. He previously worked as Data Scientist in a Data Science and Engineering startup, where he was part of a task force to help care homes through the COVID-19 pandemic. Hugo holds Master degrees in Cybersecurity, Machine Learning and Healthcare Technologies.
My desire to solve human challenges and improve people’s daily lives through human-centered design principles has led me to join this project.
Chloe studied Design Technologies at Hanyang University in Seoul, and she has experience as a UI/UX Designer and in Design Thinking. She started working in the HealthTech industry as she designed better services for people with Alzheimer’s disease. Chloe was a co-founder at a startup that enabled booking University rooms, where she led prototyping, user research and testing. She also has experience in improving public service design in Seoul, South Korea.
Lived Experience Practitioner
I have lived with a diagnosis of Bipolar Affective Disorder for over a decade, and tracking my mood in order to manage my mood is still one of the most overwhelming and seemingly impossible tasks.
Jo is an Interdisciplinary Consultant. She is currently working in Lived Experience Involvement with: Southwest London and St George’s NHS Mental Health Trust, Charity Hospital Rooms and Humin. She has a BSc in Interior Architecture with training in peer support, community research and is a user/survivor of mental health services. She is pursuing a Master’s in Public Health and a PhD in Evidencing the Impact of Lived Experience in Mental Health Buildings, a collaboration between King’s College London and SWLSTG MHT awaiting funding approval.