The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation awarded $1.25 million in funding to a joint project of Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Duke University School of Medicine to work with the Coalition for Health AI…Continue Reading
The digital health market is full of companies promising to transform healthcare, but investors and health systems are finally demanding to see evidence from startups that actually prove their tech’s value proposition in clinical trials.
Healthcare providers used the tablet-based application developed by the Autism Center of Excellence at Duke University to screen toddlers ages 17 months to three years old during well-child visits. After identifying toddlers who are…Continue Reading
Researchers at Duke University have developed a gravity-powered microfluidic device that is intended for use as a diagnostic technology in low-resource areas. Microfluidics have enormous potential for point-of-care diagnostics, but the inclusion of tiny…Continue Reading