A Vivonics project, in collaboration with the University of Arkansas and Arkansas Children's Hospital, NTVA: Non-contact tissue viability assessment, received an honorable mention in the 2018 UMASS Lowell M2D2 $200k Challenge.
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Two Vivonics programs were featured in the Joint Warfighter Medical Research Program (JWMRP) 2017 Annual Report: The Prosthetic With Moisture Management Liner and Active Cooling System and the Non-Invasive Intracranial Pressure Assessment (IPASS).
In honor of National Engineers Week and Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day on Feb. 22, 2018, our mechanical and biomedical engineer Michaelina (Micki) Dupnik shared with Onshape Inc. how memories of her WWII veteran grandfather inspire her work on innovative medical devices here at Vivonics!
Vivonics employees and guests enjoyed good food, fellowship and fast balls with the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park to mark our five year anniversary on September 25, 2017! Everyone enjoyed the unusually warm late-September weather and the game, despite the outcome.
Vivonics, Inc. announced today the sale of intellectual property and other assets related to its Artificial Lung technology to Lung Biotechnology PBC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of United Therapeutics Corporation.
Vivonics’ non-invasive monitoring of intracranial pressure a finalist for the National Innovation Awards.
Vivonics awarded 1M for research into visually evoked potential testing for brain trauma.
Vivonics sponsors of the Ten80 Student Racing Challenge team at the Advanced Math and Science Academy.
The Vivonics I.PASS system finalist for this year’s Massachusetts M2D2 New Venture Competition.
The 21st NextMed/MMVR conference focuses on health care and information technology.
Vivonics has been awarded the following patents in 2013.
Vivonics has been awarded $1.5M over 18 months to prepare our NICPIC
Principal Engineer Dr. Anna Galea was co-author on a paper, entitled “Oculo-Vestibular Recoupling Using Galvanic Vestibular Stimulation to Mitigate Simulator Sickness”, submitted to the Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA) that was selected for the 2013 Arnold D. Tuttle award.