The Latest Med Tech Funding Opportunities In Crowd Sourcing

The Latest Med Tech Funding Opportunities In Crowd Sourcing »

From bottles that remind you to hydrate, to non-invasive breast cancer tests, we take a look at the latest medtech projects you can help fund.

Using Tech to Help Protect Your Skin from the Sun

Using Tech to Help Protect Your Skin from the Sun »

Annually 3.5 million people in the U.S. will be diagnosed with skin cancer. Wearable tech helps ward off summer’s hazardous rays.

Dr. Robert Jamison on Using Smartphones to Manage Chronic Pain

Dr. Robert Jamison on Using Smartphones to Manage Chronic Pain »

PMC 320, a new app for chronic pain management from BWH, forecasts the future of smartphones in medicine

Embrace Watch: Preventing Epileptic Deaths, One Wearable at a Time

Embrace Watch: Preventing Epileptic Deaths, One Wearable at a Time »

We monitor every aspect of our health through apps - exercise, diet, sleep and even ovulation. So why should epilepsy be any different? The new Embrace Watch from Cambridge-based company Empatica, is hoping to be the solution. Rosalind Picard, a professor at MIT and co-founder of Empatica, is trying to change the face of epilepsy,…
Testing Thync: A Calming, Energizing Personal Brain Modulator

Testing Thync: A Calming, Energizing Personal Brain Modulator »

12 May, 2015
EventsProducts
For many professionals, stress, fatigue, and anxiety are synonymous with their daily lives. How do these individuals power through their days? A few cups of coffee in the morning? Perhaps a few drinks at the end of a day to help them feel more relaxed? In some cases, individuals find “solutions” to their problems that…
Philips’ CareSage Engine Improves Senior Care Management

Philips’ CareSage Engine Improves Senior Care Management »

For over forty years, Philips Lifeline has provided elderly patients with a medical alert service. Now, the company is taking this service one step further by rolling out CareSage, a new predictive analytics engine that allows health organizations to better monitor and care for elderly patients through a combination of wearable devices and monitoring. CareSage provides an analysis of both…
Say Goodbye to the Lazy Eye: David Hunter’s Pediatric Vision Scanner

Say Goodbye to the Lazy Eye: David Hunter’s Pediatric Vision Scanner »

Dr. Hunter uses the Pediatric Vision Scanner in his office. For almost twenty years, Dr. David Hunter, Chief of Ophthalmology at Children’s Hospital Boston and Professor of Ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School, has been working to better detect medical conditions that lead to a loss of vision in children. Recently, all this…
Ebola Hackathon-Inspired Team to Pitch Live at Google Wearables Challenge

Ebola Hackathon-Inspired Team to Pitch Live at Google Wearables Challenge »

Team Proxome includes Adrian Gropper, MD, CTO of Patient Privacy Rights; Sean Doyle, a software engineer at MGH; Jim Wright, an electrical engineer with a background in developing wearable devices for military and medical applications; Jessica Autrey, a current graduate student at Boston University’s School of Public Health; Shauna Biggs, a current graduate student at…

Send this to a friend