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AZ Tech Beat | July 23, 2019

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UA researchers use sound waves to unlock secrets of the brain

January 4, 2016 |

Researchers at the University of Arizona are working on a new brain-scanning technology that could potentially revolutionize the way neuroscientists study the human brain.  

The emerging technology, acoustoelectric brain imaging or ABI, works similarly to the ultrasound technology doctors … Read More

Wearable health tech startup teleScrypts expanding pilot to Africa

December 28, 2015 |

A Phoenix-based med tech startup is working to provide healthcare access for low resource communities, starting with a pilot community in Tanzania.

TeleScrypts is piloting with 5,000 of the last hunter gatherers called the Hadza population in Tanzania. This is the … Read More

Diagnose epilepsy through a mobile device – chat with Neel Mehta, co-founder EpiFinder

December 28, 2015 |

The CDC reports that about 5.1 million people (adults and children) have a history of epilepsy and about 2.9 million people have active epilepsy in the United States, with the most common causes being a stroke, brain injury, or a brain … Read More

eVisit lets patients follow up with doctors from their couch

May 21, 2015 |

Next time you have a cold or a post-op concern, you can check in with your doctor via smartphone from the comfort of your living room.

Arizona-based telehealth startup eVisit, a web-based software that connects doctors with their patients, is … Read More

Gobiquity, first pediatric mobile vision screening app co, expands to the Valley

May 14, 2015 |

The next time a pediatrician gives your child a vision test, they might whip out a smartphone and snap a picture.

Gobiquity, a mobile health company, developed the first pediatric vision diagnostic mobile app, GoCheck Kids, that enables physicians to … Read More