TechMED Demo Day showcases healthcare innovation at USC

The Stasis Labs monitoring system

Established and emerging leaders of medical technology gathered for the inaugural TechMED Demo Day at the USC Health Sciences Campus on Thursday November 15, presented by USC’s Health, Technology and Engineering Program (HTE@USC), a joint graduate certificate program between USC Viterbi School of Engineering, Keck Medicine of USC and Keck Hospital.

The event connected healthcare executives, clinicians, engineers and students with medtech and biotech startup founders, during a day of demonstrations showcasing the latest medical technology and speaker presentations from USC’s healthcare leadership team.

Startups presenting and exhibiting at the event featured a number of healthcare technology companies led by USC Viterbi faculty and alumni, including:

  • Stasis Labs: A cloud-connected patient monitoring system founded by alumni Michael Maylahn and Dinesh Seemakurty.
  • Neuromuscular Dynamics: Safe, quick, wireless informative quantification of neuromuscular control of fingers, arms and legs, led by Francisco Valero-Cuevas.
  • SeqOnce: Technology to reduce the time and cost of library construction for sequencing.
  • Moving Analytics: A mobile app to help cardiac patients with post-surgery rehab.

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