The Q-Collar uses jugular compression to help protect an athlete’s brain from the effects of repetitive head impacts.
Physicians need technology that helps them track disease progression and response to therapy.
One goal is to develop a fast, non-invasive way to evaluate skin rashes, such as ‘COVID toes’, for ischemia.
The adoption of accurate non-invasive measures of liver health at the point of care is critical.
The new method could help detect IBD, celiac disease, food allergies and other diseases much earlier.
A $10 million award from the National Science Foundation could help Rice University make this concept a reality.
The finger-prick alternative may help diabetic patients more effectively monitor their condition.