Grand Challenges Canada partnership[more]

<a href="http://www.healthline.com/health-news/tech-mobile-pulse-oximeter-for-preeclampsia-030914"> Grand Challenges Canada partnership</a>


The Phone Oximeter and the Camera Oximeter are featured in the UILO annual report of UBC[more]

The Phone Oximeter and the Camera Oximeter are featured in the Knowledge Mobilization section of the UBC University Industry Liason Office (UILO) annual report 
Links: http://www.uilo.ubc.ca/annual-reports/ar2012/links/pdf/uilo_ar2011-12_km.pdf


Mobile application development[more]

Our combined efforts with Dr Peter von Dadelszen for helping women with pre-eclampsia is awarded an additional $17 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The project has expanded to conduct large clinical trials in four countries (Nigeria, Mozambique, Pakistan, India), and our team will be involved in development of the mobile device technology. Congratulations everyone! http://med.ubc.ca/ubc-effort-to-save-pregnant-women-awarded-additional-17-million


Spin-off company to market the Phone Oximeter[more]

LionsGate Technologies (LGTmedical) is a spin-off company in partnership with the University of British Columbia and BC Children’s Hospital. Commercial products expected in 2013. Stay tuned to the new the website for the latest information on obtaining your own Phone Oximeter! http://lgtmedical.com/
Links: www.lgtmedical.com/


mHealth research[more]

Congratulations to the PART/ECEM on obtaining an NSERC grant: Equipment grant for mHealth application laboratory. This grant will help the group to establish a lab with the necessary equipment to conduct the latest research and development in health applications. 


GCC Grant Awarded[more]

Congratulations to Walter Karlen for being awarded a Rising Stars in Global Health grant from Grand Challenges Canada. Thanks to all of you who went online and voted for the project back in November.  Editorial in Globe & Mail: 
http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/opinions/editorials/grand-challenges-program-helps-develop-great-marketable-ideas/article2363945 Article in The Province newspaper  http://www.theprovince.com/health/researchers+grants+adapt+cellphones+diagnose+pneumonia/6128926/story.html  Grand Challenges Canada video http://vimeo.com/35899028


Computers in Anesthesia Engineering Competition[more]

The team was very successful at this year’s Society for Technology (STA) annual conference held in Palm Beach, Florida. Congratulations to Srinivas Raman, Chris Brouse, Walter Karlen, Mark Ansermino, Guy Dumont for winning the 1st prize in the Computers in Anesthesia Engineering Competition for their work entitled A Data Fusion Approach for RR Estimation from PPG

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