Bryce Fricklas

Bryce Fricklas

    Bryce Fricklas is a journalist from Boulder, Colorado. He served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Senegal (2013 – 2015) and Guinea (2016), where he focused on community health. His interests include culture, music, nature conservancy, and public health. He is an MA candidate in international relations and international communication at Boston University.

    Heart Rate Technology Lets Patients and Athletes Monitor Health Conditions in Real Time

    Heart Rate Technology Lets Patients and Athletes Monitor Health Conditions in Real Time »

    With Autonomic Systems’ HRV wearable products users can monitor their physiological condition in real time. Real time monitoring enables the early detection of autonomic stress, and, by providing the ability to monitor HRV at the same time as activity level, heart rate, respiration, and other pre-specified conditions and parameters, enables the detection of episodic events. Such determinations can provide unique relations between HRV and an event occurrence, differentiating these detection separately from other activities.

    Medication Dispenser Makes Childcare Easier and Safer

    Medication Dispenser Makes Childcare Easier and Safer »

    1 Aug, 2017
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    Every year parents struggle to make sure they’re giving the right amount of medicine to their kids. Even minor mismeasurements of medicines like Tylenol and Ibuprofen can lead to potential overdose in small children. A young father is leading a group of fellow scientists in developing a solution to this hazard: a precise medication dispenser that automatically excretes the exact amount of medication the child needs.

    Creator of 7 Day Vaccine Wins at Swissnex Global Pitchfest

    Creator of 7 Day Vaccine Wins at Swissnex Global Pitchfest »

    On June 15, SwissNex Boston gathered 30 biomedical technology entrepreneurs for its annual Global Pitch Fest. At the event, held on a lavish yacht in the Boston harbor, innovators pitched their ideas to industry leaders and Swiss investors. The entrepreneurs were each given one minute to pitch their solutions to global health issues to a…
    MIT Solve Seeking Submissions for Project Solutions to Global Challenges

    MIT Solve Seeking Submissions for Project Solutions to Global Challenges »

    Each year Solve connects people who have innovative solutions to global problems in areas including health, environment, and economic development, to consultants from philanthropic organizations, venture capital firms, and corporations to help them realize their goals. Applications may be submitted to https://solve.mit.edu/. The submission deadline is August 1, 2017.

    Virtual Reality’s New Healthcare Applications

    Virtual Reality’s New Healthcare Applications »

    From training medical students in surgical procedures and helping doctors visualize their patients’ injuries, to engaging recovering patients mentally and physically, virtual reality will soon revolutionize the ways doctors and patients interact.

    Boston’s new wave of health professionals

    Boston’s new wave of health professionals »

    1 Jun, 2017
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    Last week thousands of students in Boston graduated from some of the world’s top schools in public health, biomedical engineering, physical therapy, and related fields. The Boston University School of Public Health offers innovative, hands on programs that prepare students to tackle the most pressing issues in health. In addition to standard public health curriculum, students are trained in skills like biostatistics, coding, and app development.

    Innovation at the 2017 MIT Grand Hack

    Innovation at the 2017 MIT Grand Hack »

    The 2017 MIT Grand Hack was filled with passionate participants seeking solutions to everything from communication gaps between patients and healthcare providers, to developing virtual reality devices that will help hospital patients combat loneliness. The event serves as a networking opportunity, as well as a window into the future of medical tech innovation.

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