Soniya Shah

Soniya Shah

    Soniya Shah is an on-staff contributing writer at MedTech Boston. She's a senior at Carnegie Mellon University pursuing a BS in technical writing. She has experience as a ghost writer and medical writer, and in developing software documentation.

    Catherine Rose Awarded Boston Children’s Hospital’s Rising Star Award

    Catherine Rose Awarded Boston Children’s Hospital’s Rising Star Award »

    7 Nov, 2014
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    Catherine Rose and daughter, Alexis. Catherine Lacey Photography. Catherine Rose, a pediatric innovator from the Boston area, received the Rising Star Award at Boston Children’s Hospital's Innovation Summit last week. The award was based on her outstanding work in creating a product for children with visual impairments. The inspiration for this innovative…
    The Drinkable Book: Rethinking Clean Water Interventions

    The Drinkable Book: Rethinking Clean Water Interventions »

    5 Nov, 2014
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    The Drinkable Book is an innovation aimed at education and functional use. Photo by Brian Gartside. Millions of people around the world don't have access to clean, safe water for drinking, cooking, washing or other basic needs. And according to the World Health Organization, over 3.4 million people die annually from waterborne…
    Catch the Start-Up Bug with Lesley Solomon

    Catch the Start-Up Bug with Lesley Solomon »

    27 Oct, 2014
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    Lesley Solomon, the Executive Director of the Brigham Innovation Hub at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, is a self-proclaimed "startup person." In her role at Brigham and Women's, she uses her startup-inspired roots to make strides in healthcare and her entrepreneurial skills to drive new research initiatives. Solomon has been part of the Brigham community since 2009 when…
    The MD/MBA & Physician Management Education

    The MD/MBA & Physician Management Education »

    24 Oct, 2014
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    Many physicians are getting into the business of healthcare - a necessary switch in our chaotic healthcare landscape. Photo via YPMInternational. The recent proliferation of dual degree programs - MD/MBA, MD/MPH, MD/PhD - begs a major question: Are they worth it? A study conducted by students at Harvard University looked for an…
    John Moore: Developing A New Approach to Patient Centered Care

    John Moore: Developing A New Approach to Patient Centered Care »

    John Moore, CEO and co-founder of Twine Health. John Moore, winner of the MedTech Boston Primary Care Innovation award and co-founder and CEO of Twine Health, challenges the traditional patient-clinician relationship every day through his collaborative technology work. Moore began his studies at Boston University as a biomedical engineer. From there,…
    Mad*Pow’s Amy Cueva Named to Boston Business Journal’s 40 Under 40

    Mad*Pow’s Amy Cueva Named to Boston Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 »

    24 Sep, 2014
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    Amy Cueva, founder and Chief Experience Officer of Mad*Pow, has been named to the 2014 class of Boston Business Journal's 40 under 40 honorees. The honor recognizes Boston-based leaders who are making a major impact in their respective fields and in civic life, all before their 40th birthday. “The whole Mad*Pow team is thrilled and proud to…
    Tessie Guillermo on Low Health Literacy & Innovation at Health 2.0

    Tessie Guillermo on Low Health Literacy & Innovation at Health 2.0 »

    18 Sep, 2014
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    Tessie Guillermo has been involved in technology adoption since 1987. We'll be at the Health 2.0 fall conference next week and we hope we'll see you there. But if you can't make it, we'll give you the next best thing: a conversation with Tessie Guillermo, president and CEO of ZeroDivide. ZeroDivide provides technology…
    Carnegie Mellon’s Cross-Disciplinary Approach to Brain Science

    Carnegie Mellon’s Cross-Disciplinary Approach to Brain Science »

    16 Sep, 2014
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    CMU's BrainHub brings cross-disciplinary researchers together for brain research. Photo via CMU BrainHub. How does the brain work? This might be the biggest scientific question of the 21st century, and many scientists say that we're just scratching the surface when it comes to understanding how neurons work together to create complex…
    Rewriting the Rules: Flexible, Wearable Technology from MC10

    Rewriting the Rules: Flexible, Wearable Technology from MC10 »

    MC10's Biostamp grabs real time data from patients regarding medication responses and effectiveness. Imagine wearable technology that isn’t boxy or hard like the electronics we're used to. Picture technology that bends with your movements, stretches as you move, and adds to your daily wardrobe, too. When Professor John Rogers of the…
    Now Trending: Smart Watches

    Now Trending: Smart Watches »

    Image via Pebble Wiki. The Apple iWatch, the Google Gem, the GearFit …  soon it may seem like every person you know has a piece of technology on their wrist. New research from Parks Associates confirms this, showing that smart watch sales will reach an all time high in 2014, with 18 million…

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