Why Midday app founder Ann Garnier is donating her hot flashes to science
And how her menopause can help you on this week's Hotflash inc podcast
Ann Garnier is CEO and founder of Lisa Health, the US company that launched an app for menopause called Midday in conjunction with Mayo Clinic. Ann has been a senior technology executive in the healthcare space her entire career, and it just so happens that when she started Lisa Health, she was also going through perimenopause.
The Midday app is on the cutting edge: soon it will be able to detect and predict hot flashes and other symptoms, and recommend remedies and solutions. Listen here:
How her own menopause experience fuelled this technology
Her drive to keep GenX women involved in the technology conversation
How deep tech and data science can help us understand menopause – and predict hot flashes and other symptoms
The problem with most symptom trackers
Where they get their evidence-based guidance
The important conversations we need to be having – and the control we need to be giving up
Staking our claim for “more” – fine is not good enough
Why someone needs to make a red wine that perimenopausal women can drink without getting hot flashes
Her dream research
Where to find Ann:
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