Epiqdata is a fully integrated one-stop healthcare solutions company providing consultancy, software, pharmaceuticals, food supplements, and medical equipment globally. Headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, we have offices in London, Dubai, Mumbai, Singapore, and Accra.
Our expert team has over 30 years experience covering multiple epidemics and field experience garnered from work with 28 UN agencies – such as UNDP, UNFPA, UNHCR, WHO, FAO, UNESCO, and the IMF and World Bank group. We have accredited expertise in epidemiology, healthcare, global logistics, international trade, finance, software development and consulting, with a highly responsive and resilient worldwide supply and distribution network.
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic we have dedicated teams working with public health agencies around the globe to assure they can plan, procure and receive the essential materials they need to prevail. We have been active in vaccine development for many years with longstanding partnerships with the largest producers in the world.
Our work on anti-venom serums and supply of emergency medicines for previous outbreaks uniquely equip our organisation with distribution facilities and active expertise to deal with the current public health crisis.
Epiqdata CEO & Founder, Dr Lulit Solomon (MPhil, PhD) is at the forefront of global healthcare leadership, with extensive experience of therapeutic and epidemiologic practice, and in developing products for the biopharmaceutical industry.
Dr Solomon sits on the advisory boards of a number of prominent healthcare and technology companies and works at the interface of finance, healthcare and technology to develop new business opportunities focused on low and middle income countries, particularly in Africa.
Dr Solomon has been a member of the Advisory Council of The Elders since 2011. Founded by Nelson Mandela in 2007, The Elders are a group of independent global leaders who work together with governments and key stakeholders around the world to advance peace and human rights. Formerly chaired by the late Kofi Annan, the Elders is now chaired by Mary Robinson, first woman President of Ireland and former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights.
Dr Solomon is actively engaged with global initiatives on universal health coverage and a leader in the global Antimicrobial Resistance action plan covering human and animal health, the environment and the food chain.
Dr Solomon holds a MPhil and PhD in Epidemiology from Cambridge University and, as a fellow of the Cancer Intelligence Unit, has strong links with international governmental and non- governmental institutions, including public health agencies.
Dr Akshay Rath has previously served as United Nations Physician for Ghana, with 28 UN agencies – such as UNDP, UNFPA, UNHCR, WHO, FAO, UNESCO, and the IMF and World Bank group – under his medical care.
In this role, Dr Rath was actively involved in assisting the UN Mission for Emergency Ebola Response (UNMEER) – a Public Health Emergency of International Concern.
A former decorated Squadron Leader of the Indian Air Force, Dr Rath graduated from medical school in India, and completed a postgraduate Diploma in Tropical Medicine at Johns Hopkins University. He has over 20 years of clinical experience.