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December 2022
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Daylight savings time change Impact On Friday C2SHIP meetings

Starting on November 11 Friday, C2SHIP Friday Think-Tank Meeting will start at 9:00 am Tucson/Phoenix location time. For USC and Caltech sites, it is still 8:00 am starting time.  For BCM and MU sites, it is still 10:00 am starting time.  


Rockley just released a white paper on its cuffless, non-invasive, laser based blood pressure solution.

Based on its innovative laser-based technology, Rockley’s powerful technique for monitoring blood pressure does not rely on subject demographics, unlike many current cuffless blood pressure devices. 

The current standard of blood pressure measurement may not provide the full picture of an individual’s health because it is measured only periodically, usually at a medical appointment. Even daily blood pressure readings performed at home don’t capture enough essential information because they do not provide frequent, trending information or nighttime changes in blood pressure, which provide better predictions of cardiovascular risk.
In addition to medical settings, other potential applications for non-invasive blood pressure measurement are clinical trials, sports and athletic training and workers in physically and mentally-demanding professions like fire fighters and construction workers.

If you are interested in learning more about Rockley’s innovative blood pressure solution, please reach out to Mr. Scott  Smyser schedule a meeting to discuss further. scott.smyser@rockleyphotonics.com

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MIZZOU Becomes part of Center to Stream Healthcare in Place, an NSF consortium

Mizzou has become the fifth university to join the Center to Stream Healthcare in Place (C2SHIP), a National Science Foundation (NSF) consortium focused on helping patients monitor and manage their health at home.

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Miss Janet Teng has been awarded the prestigious 2022 Goldwater Scholarship

Miss Janet Teng, our very first C2SHIP undergraduate student intern, coming to Caltech from our local community college (Pasadena City College), has just been awarded the prestigious 2022 Goldwater Scholarship! Miss Teng’s work at Caltech is supported by the NSF START supplement. Miss Teng also won the one of the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) at Caltech, to continue and expand her research in wearable devices over the summer. The SURF fellowship gives her full access to special training and mentoring, room and board at Caltech, paid access to our micro-nano-fab facilities and additional salary support for the summer months. 

Read more at Goldwater

NeuroMetrix Reports that Quell® Wearable Neuromodulator to be Evaluated in Post-Acute COVID-19 Syndrome

NeuroMetrix, Inc. announced that its Quell wearable neuromodulation technology will be evaluated for treatment of a fibromyalgia-like syndrome in individuals with post-acute COVID-19 syndrome (PACS, or “long COVID”).

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Rockley Photonics Announces Participation in Center to Stream Healthcare in Place (C2SHIP) as an Industrial Member

Our NSF IUCRC C2SHIP is pleased to partner with Rockley Photonics to target new applications for its multi-biomarker wearable sensing technologies. Rockley expects that its products will help satisfy the increasing demand to bring non-invasive remote monitoring solutions outside the clinic or hospital and to the home.

Read more at Businesswire

Dr. Shai Gozani CEO of NeuroMetrix and Ms. Margaret Halstead Vice President of Medline Chair C2SHIP Industry Advisory Board

October 20 2021 Wednesday, C2SHIP announced that Dr. Shai Gozani (CEO, NeuroMetrix) and Ms. Margaret Halstead (VP, Medline) have agreed to chair C2SHIP Industrial Advisory Board (IAB). IAB board advises C2SHIP to decide visions and directions. It is one of the most important units at C2SHIP.

C2SHIP Center Director Dr. Bijan Najafi Leads BCM Team In $60 Million Precision Aging Network

Dr. Bijan Najafi and his team at Baylor College of Medicine are part of the newly established Precision Aging Network, which will focus on how and why individuals experience aging differently. Led by the University of Arizona, the network was established through a five-year, $60 million grant from the National Institutes of Health.  The multisite study will recruit 275,000 individuals over the age of 60 and collect genome, DNA, biomarkers and other data from them.  Under the leadership of Dr. Bijan Najafi, professor and director of clinical research in the division of vascular surgery in the Michael E. DeBakey Department of Surgery at Baylor, the Baylor team will focus developing a better understanding of the link between mobility and cognitive brain aging using wearable technology to collect information about sleep, stress and physical activity. They also will collect data on cognitive frailty.

NeuroMetrix Announces Participation in the Center to Stream Healthcare In Place (C2SHIP) as an Industry Partner

In this collaboration, NeuroMetrix will focus on novel therapeutic applications of its Quell® wearable neuromodulation technology and leveraging the information in the Quell Health Cloud chronic pain database using data science expertise at the participating academic centers.

Skubic named Curators’ Distinguished Professor

Mizzou Engineering’s Marjorie Skubic has been named a Curators’ Distinguished Professor, the highest honor bestowed on faculty at the University of Missouri System.

Armstrong becomes the first podiatric surgeon to win  USC Stevens Center Innovation Award

David G. Armstrong, Professor of Surgery and Director of the USC Limb Preservation Program became the first podiatric surgeon to be awarded the 2020 USC Stevens Center Innovation Award. The award, which acknowledges top USC innovators, was given to Armstrong for his patent, “Method for Treating Subjects Suffering From Chronic Ulcers”, which was Licensed earlier this year.

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$3M Center to Advance At-Home Health Care Technology

A multi-institution partnership that includes Caltech aims to develop clinically validated technologies to remotely monitor patient health

Read more at CaltechNews

Baylor College of Medicine is one of four sites named as a recipient of a $3 million award from the National Science Foundation’s Industry-University Cooperative Research Centers.

Read more at BCMNews

Keck Medicine of USC shares $3M grant to advance at-home health care technology

Keck Medicine of USC is working with Caltech, the University of Arizona, and Baylor College of Medicine to bring wearable fitness device data into the clinical space.

Read more at USCNews

With $3M Grant, UArizona-Led Center to Advance At-Home Health Care Technology

A multi-institution team led by the University of Arizona aims to develop clinically validated wearable technologies to remotely monitor patient health.

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