Fostering a patient-centric ecosystem
Curewiki transforms the medical research landscape into a patient-centric ecosystem that fosters groundbreaking discoveries and empowers individuals to take control of their health. We aim to change patient participation in clinical research by providing information, opportunities, and support.
Curewiki was founded by Jean-Sebastien Gosuin and Marc Verhaeren. Gosuin, a seasoned tech entrepreneur, has personally faced the battles of being a heart patient and a cancer survivor. His co-founder, Verhaeren, is a dedicated impact entrepreneur who has already left a mark in the industry by co-founding Belgium's first sustainable fund, Funds For Good, in 2010.
“With Curewiki, we strive to support patients and their physicians in jointly finding appropriate clinical research for the treatment of today and the future.”
Curewiki offers patients access to all ongoing clinical trials in Belgium, The Netherlands and we have the ambition to expand to Europe.
To further increase its societal impact, Curewiki is in the process of finalising the creation of its philanthropic fund at the King Baudouin Foundation and wishes to become B Corp certified.
We are funded by the public sector (Europe, States, Regions) and private investors and consist of a team of entrepreneurs, clinicians and clinical trial experts.
Raphaël de Robiano
At Curewiki, we put the patient first. At all times in the process, you decide whether or not you want to participate in a clinical trial and which information you wish to share.
We take your privacy seriously and apply the highest standards when it comes to protecting your data.
We adhere to stringent ethical standards, ensuring participant privacy, informed consent, and unbiased trial recommendations for an ethically sound patient experience