Sony Salzman

Sony Salzman

    At MedTechBoston, we are sharing stories about cutting-edge medical innovation. As Managing Editor, I help coordinate our coverage of hackathons and company profiles. I also create content, update our social media and scout stories. I'm part of an ambitious group of people hoping to inspire a tech revolution in medical care.

    M2D2 Finalists: Meet Paul Hayre, founder of Sano

    M2D2 Finalists: Meet Paul Hayre, founder of Sano »

    14 Mar, 2014
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    The Massachusetts Medical Device Development Center (M2D2) is in the midst of its 2014 New Venture Competition. After weeks of pitches, fifteen finalists have been announced.

    M2D2 Finalists: Meet Thys Cronje, founder of Diacoustic Medical Devices

    M2D2 Finalists: Meet Thys Cronje, founder of Diacoustic Medical Devices »

    13 Mar, 2014
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    The Massachusetts Medical Device Development Center (M2D2) is in the midst of its 2014 New Venture Competition. After weeks of pitches, fifteen finalists have been announced.

    What innovators need to know about raising capital

    What innovators need to know about raising capital »

    13 Mar, 2014
    MedTech Features

    Boston University’s Office of Technology Development, modeled after MIT’s Tech Transfer Center, hosted an event playfully titled: Tech, Drugs and Rock & Roll, Unplugged.

    M2D2 Finalists: Ailis Tweed-Kent, founder of Cocoon Biotech

    M2D2 Finalists: Ailis Tweed-Kent, founder of Cocoon Biotech »

    12 Mar, 2014
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    The Massachusetts Medical Device Development Center (M2D2) is in the midst of its 2014 New Venture Competition. After weeks of pitches, fifteen finalists have been announced. These finalists have business ventures that M2D2 has deemed "disruptive." With these fifteen blogs posts, MedTech Boston gives readers a glimpse of the innovators that made it this far in…
    M2D2 Finalists: Meet Yanzhe Qin, Zhifei Ge and Larry Alberts, founders of EvoPump

    M2D2 Finalists: Meet Yanzhe Qin, Zhifei Ge and Larry Alberts, founders of EvoPump »

    11 Mar, 2014
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    The Massachusetts Medical Device Development Center (M2D2) is in the midst of its 2014 New Venture Competition. After weeks of pitches, fifteen finalists have been announced. These finalists have business ventures that M2D2 has deemed "disruptive." With these fifteen blogs posts, MedTech Boston gives readers a glimpse of the innovators that made it this far in…
    M2D2 Finalists: Meet Dr. Atharva Poundarik and Robert Hoy, founders of OrthoGraft

    M2D2 Finalists: Meet Dr. Atharva Poundarik and Robert Hoy, founders of OrthoGraft »

    10 Mar, 2014
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    The Massachusetts Medical Device Development Center (M2D2) is in the midst of its 2014 New Venture Competition. After weeks of pitches, fifteen finalists have been announced. These finalists have business ventures that M2D2 has deemed "disruptive." With these fifteen blogs posts, MedTech Boston gives readers a glimpse of the innovators that made it this far in…
    Citizen Science: Can citizens power medical research?

    Citizen Science: Can citizens power medical research? »

    16 Feb, 2014
    MedTech Features
    Any citizen can be a scientist. At least, that was the theme of one popular symposium today at the 2014 AAAS conference. It's the fourth full day of non-stop science here in Chicago, but despite the information deluge many participants perked up for a lively debate following a presentation called "Advances in Citizen Science." What is…
    From Chicago, with love … Kicking off the 2014 AAAS meeting with the Virtual Human

    From Chicago, with love … Kicking off the 2014 AAAS meeting with the Virtual Human »

    14 Feb, 2014
    MedTech Features
    This weekend, the labyrinth of Chicago's Hyatt Hotel complex is packed with scientists and journalists, all dashing back and forth between panel discussions and poster presentations. They've abandoned their loved ones this Valentine's Day to attend the annual meeting of American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). The theme of this year's AAAS meeting…

    And the winner is… »

    5 Jan, 2014
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    All weekend teams of engineers, statisticians, and medical professionals collaborated over large pizzas and big data, and Sunday evening the judges of MIT’s Critical Data Marathon announced the hackathon's winners. In this 2-day long event, the participants were given an extremely rich data set: almost 10 years of data from the Intensive Care Unit at…

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