Jaskaran Singh Dhillon

Jaskaran Singh Dhillon

    Dhillon is MedTech Boston’s social media intern. He manages MTB’s Facebook and Twitter accounts, in addition to covering West Coast innovation events. Dhillon is also a student at University of California, Berkeley where he is majoring in molecular and cell biology. He is involved in dermatology, cardiology, and burn surgery research, and also serves on the Editorial Board for Stylus, the official medical humanities journal of University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.

    New Electrospinning Research Could Lead to Wound Healing

    New Electrospinning Research Could Lead to Wound Healing »

    4 Sep, 2014
    NewsUncategorized
    Electrospinning is a complicated but useful method of tissue regeneration. Photo via electrospinning wiki. Over recent years, medicine has experienced a very exciting paradigm shift, evolving from a passive style of treating disease step by step to a more active and dynamic approach. Exciting new research published by a team at…
    OPENPediatrics: Digital Health Across the Globe

    OPENPediatrics: Digital Health Across the Globe »

    OPENPediatrics brings information to pediatric medical professionals all over the world. A child from the United States was vacationing with her family in Guatemala City when she fell critically ill, and Dr. Jeffrey Burns was asked to care for her from afar. As Chief of Critical Care Medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital and…
    Shiv Gaglani Takes On Med School and Health Care Landscape

    Shiv Gaglani Takes On Med School and Health Care Landscape »

    11 Jul, 2014
    MedTech Features
    If you decided to make a list of the most impressive visionaries in the world of medicine and health, chances are, very few students would make the cut. After all, how many students can keep up with schoolwork while fundamentally changing the landscape of how medicine is practiced? Probably not many, but Shiv Gaglani can.…

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