A number of research groups, non-profits, and for-profit companies have become Indivo Ecosystem Collaborators. These groups are helping us develop and improve the Indivo Application Programming Interface (API), making the Indivo Platform extensible in many diverse use cases. If you're interested in becoming an Indivo Ecosystem Collaborator, send us email.

Anvita Health

Biomedical Knowledge Engineering Laboratory, Seoul National University

Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology Research Alliance (CARRA)



Johnson and Johnson


Massachusetts Department of Public Health

MIT Media Lab


Orange Research Labs

Recombinant Data

SHARP SMART Platforms Project


The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology




Development Sandbox Removal

We will no longer be hosting a development sandbox for Indivo at If you wish to try out Indivo for yourself, please see the Indivo documentation for installation instructions.

Health and Wellness Innovation 2013

Indivo was excited to be an integral part of the Health and Wellness Innovation 2013 hackathon at MIT’s Media Lab. Coverage on Fast Company

SMART-Indivo App Challenge Winners

Check out the winners of our SMART-Indivo App Challenge

Health 2.0 Blogs about the App Challenge

Health 2.0 covers the SMART-Indivo App Challenge and its crowd-sourcing of app creation.

More at our Blog.