World-class Blockchain Research and Incubation Facility

OUR MISSION

The Ateneo-MediXServe Blockchain Education and Research Laboratory (AMBERLab) is a think tank and advance research center that examines blockchain technology for developing countries and initiatives of the private sector. We design and build prototypes, develop training programs, educational curriculums, and create a dynamic environment where faculty, researchers and industry-experts can come together and share their knowledge.

ABOUT US

The Ateneo-MedixServe Blockchain Education and Research (AMBER) Laboratory is a joint project of MediXServe and Ateneo De Manila University to support research and education of blockchain technologies. It encompasses health-tech, fintech, edutech, AI, data analytics and all other industries.

This facility welcomes researchers/scientists, entrepreneurs, academics, students, faculty and supporters coming from technology, health, finance and insurance, government, economics and even social enterprises. It welcomes research proposal and funds to promote the use of blockchain technology.

On top of the research objectives, it will also provide education programs and events. The facility also serves as an incubation center for blockchain-based startups.

CORE FOCUS

Research

Incubation

Community

Education

RESEARCH AREA

Social Good

Health and Wellness

Government




Financial Inclusion

Agriculture

Education

BLOCKCHAIN

What is Blockchain?

Blockchain is an incorruptible distributed data-based technology and a peer-to-peer transaction system.

The Team

The AMBERLab team members do not just excel and dominate their respective fields of healthcare, insurance, digital commerce and startups, they are also influencers and thought leaders in their communities.

Maria Regina Estuar, PhD

Executive Director

Jorge C. Azurin

Jason Dela Rosa

Ann Cuisia

Malu Florendo

Mitsuru Kikunaga

Bermil Espina

Obinna J. Onwude, MD, FACHI

Romel John Santos

Oliver Chato

Mikey Garcia

Christian Pulmano

Partners

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