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03/01/2018

New Plug and Play accelerator could grow beyond health tech startups

Plug and Play Cleveland is in the process of selecting at least 10 health tech startups that will set up shop at the Global Center for Health Innovation in April — but that's just the beginning, according to Plug and Play CEO Saeed Amidi.


03/01/2018

Plug and Play aims to tie Silicon Valley to Cleveland's medical community

Technology accelerator Plug and Play opened up competition for its initial group of startup on Thursday at the HIMSS Innovation Center in Cleveland.


03/01/2018

Plug and Play to Select First Cleveland Accelerator Class

According to Cleveland.com, the Cleveland Clinic and JumpStart will help select 10 businesses for the health-tech accelerator class, which will run for three months. Those chosen for the program will receive mentorship sessions and assistance in finding customers and creating proof of concept products or services.


03/01/2018

28 health and technology startups will compete to be in Plug and Play accelerator: Here's what they do

The 28 companies competing for ten spots in the Plug and Play incubator are inventing ways to make patient experiences easier and everyday business tasks better. 


03/01/2018

This Smart Mouthguard Can Monitor Concussions

If you watched the Super Bowl LII earlier this month, you'll recall a moment in the second quarter when Patriots quarterback Tom Brady found Brandin Cooks wide open for a beautiful, 23-yard completion. But when Cooks turned to run for the end zone, he didn’t see Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins gunning for him on the left. Like Jaws, Jenkins roared out of the murky deep, and leveled Cooks with a vicious hit to the head.


02/02/2018

New in 2018: Cleveland Clinic Joins I-Corps@Ohio Program

Cleveland Clinic has been named to the Governance Board of I-Corps@Ohio, a statewide program to assist faculty and graduate students from Ohio universities and colleges to validate the market potential of their technologies and launch startup companies. Ofer Reizes, PhD, Staff, Lerner Research Institute Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, and Director, Research Core Services, and Mark Low, Managing Director of the Global Cardiovascular Innovation Centerand NIH Center for Accelerated Innovations (NCAI) at Cleveland Clinic, will serve as program officers.


01/11/2018

Best of CES2018: This Year's Showstopping Gadgets

Mouthguards aren’t fun to wear, but they’re an important part of keeping kids safe while playing football, ice hockey, or any kind of potentially concussive sport. Prevent Biometrics’ head impact monitoring mouthguard is unlike any we've seen. 


01/10/2018

Prevent Biometrics® Announces Commercial Launch of Head Impact Monitor System, Bringing Advanced Real-Time Monitoring of Concussion Impacts to Sports

Prevent Biometrics, the Cleveland Clinic spinoff that created the first and only head impact monitoring technology to accurately detect potential concussion-causing impacts in real time, announces its newest innovation at the Consumer Electronics Show today: the Gen 1.2 Head Impact Monitor System, bringing advanced, never-before-available head impact analytic capabilities to schools, associations, teams and coaches. 


01/09/2018

Prevent Biometrics® Announces Commercial Launch of Head Impact Monitor System, Bringing Advanced Real-Time Monitoring of Concussion Impacts to Sports

Prevent Biometrics, the Cleveland Clinic spinoff that created the first and only head impact monitoring technology to accurately detect potential concussion-causing impacts in real time, announces its newest innovation at the Consumer Electronics Show today: the Gen 1.2 Head Impact Monitor System, bringing advanced, never-before-available head impact analytic capabilities to schools, associations, teams and coaches. 


01/04/2018

Centerline Biomedical Completes Fifth Preclinical Study

As Centerline Biomedical, Inc. prepares to meet with investors, strategic partners and companies in the healthcare industry during the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference, it successfully completed a fifth preclinical study at Cleveland Clinic facilities evaluating its surgical navigation system, IOPS, the Intra-Operative Positioning System. This study was the most noteworthy Centerline study to date, demonstrating ability to track sensorized IOPS instruments precisely and efficiently, with enhanced 3-D visualization, without frequent exposure to cancer-causing ionizing radiation associated with current standard of care. Endovascular surgeries i.e. those which repair arteries using stents rely on X-ray fluoroscopy, which provides limited two-dimensional visualization, leading to long procedure times while exposing surgeons and patients to damaging radiation. IOPS, originally developed at Cleveland Clinic, uses a 3-D model of a patient's vascular system to track instruments precisely without ionizing radiation, with the goal of reducing procedure times, complication rates, and overall costs. The mathematical algorithms used to generate the 3-D model are currently being used to revolutionize minimally invasive surgery, with future applications in surgical training and clinical decision support.


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