Research and Development
Mar 20, 2017
Silicon technology is one of the most promising solutions for low-cost, sensitive, and specific measurements of a large number of biomarkers.  Liesbet...
Mar 13, 2017
For more promising medical technologies to cross the so-called valley of death, development teams need to rethink their approach. Bruce W. Lichorowic As the...
Mar 03, 2017
MD&M West speaker shares success story on engaging patients. By Daphne Allen Amy Cook Each night millions of patients use continuous positive...
Nov 15, 2016
Harvard researcher Conor Walsh—a 2016 Rolex Award Laureate—discusses his team's development of a soft, wearable exosuit for people with physical impairments....
Nov 14, 2016
A pilot project focused on Parkinson's disease will use patient preference and risk tolerance to set statistical significance levels in clinical trial design....
Aug 24, 2016
Marie Thibault The AC5 Topical Hemostatic Device showed good safety and faster time to hemostasis in a 46-patient study. It's so far, so good for the AC5...
Aug 08, 2016
Marie Thibault Should clinical trial data be shared with any researcher who wants to study a medical question? Or does trial data belong to the original...
Jun 06, 2016
Marie Thibault A standby device in hospitals, the pulse oximeter may eventually get a futuristic upgrade. While it is already a non-invasive way to measure a...
Apr 11, 2016
Marie Thibault It’s not easy to remember to take a pill three times a day. Doctors and patients, witnesses to the massive problem of compliance to prescribed...
Mar 09, 2016
Marie Thibault The transplant team at the Cleveland Clinic performed the first uterus transplant in the United States. The first transplanted uterus in the...