Interested in reading about some of the technologies created by the alumni of Stanford Biodesign's programs? Check out this series of interviews to learn more about the types of projects our trainees work on during and after their Biodesign experience, the unmet needs they seek to address, and the innovative solutions that result.
BioTraceRethinking Temporary Pacing Leads: An Interview with Aravind Swaminathan of BioTrace Medical
IntactAdvancing Drug Delivery for Gastrointestinal Diseases: An Interview with Sidhartha Sinha of Intact Therapeutics
InterVeneImproving Treatment for Deep Vein Valve Failure: An Interview with Fletcher Wilson of InterVene
iRhythmDiagnosing Suspected Arrhythmias: An Interview with Uday Kumar of iRhythm
KoliTreating Gallstone Disease without Surgery: An Interview with Matt Callaghan of Koli
LullyReducing Night Terrors: An Interview with Varun Boriah of Lully
MadorraA Non-Hormonal Solution for Vaginal Atrophy: An Interview with Holly Rockweiler and Ryan Krone of Madorra
Miret SurgicalLess Invasive Surgical Tools: An Interview with Avi Roop of Miret Surgical
NovonateProtecting Vulnerable Newborns: An Interview with Eric Chehab of Novonate
OculeveTackling Dry Eye: An Interview with Michael Ackermann of Oculeve
OneBreathAn Affordable Ventilator: An Interview with Matt Callaghan of OneBreath
SpiracurEarlier, More Flexible Wound Care: An Interview with Evan Anderson of Spiracur
TangibleRedefining the Contact Lens Experience: An Interview with Brandon Felkins of Tangible Science
TueoControlling Childhood Asthma: An Interview with Bronwyn Harris and William Kethman of Tueo Health
ZenflowA Less Invasive Solution for Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia: An Interview with Nick Damiano of Zenflow
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