ApplySci has long followed the disruptive work of John Rogers and Roozbeh Ghaffari at MC10. At last year’s Wearable Tech + Digital Health NYC conference, Dr. Ghaffari described the company’s bio-medical sensor based wearable electronics, its focus on movement disorder and cardiac monitoring to both measure the impact of medicine and track quality of life, and its plans to develop an ecosystem meant to better inform physicians.
Today MC10 unveiled BioStamp Research Connect — a closed loop platform that combines flexible, bendable, stretchable sensors with a cloud system for researchers to share data across several sites in real time.
BioStamp Sensors can be placed simultaneously on locations across the body to monitor and understand multiple health parameters. This will reduce observation error and improve data capture, and can be used in a clinical setting, or comfortably through daily life, including through exercise and sleep.
Ghaffari will be a featured speaker at Wearable Tech + Digital Health San Francisco on April 5th. Click to view his interview with Unity Stoakes at the 2015 Wearable Tech + Digital Health NYC conference.
Wearable Tech + Digital Health San Francisco – April 5, 2016 @ the Mission bay Conference Center
NeuroTech San Francisco – April 6, 2016 @ the Mission Bay Conference Center
2nd annual Wearable Tech + Digital Health NYC – June 7, 2016 @ the New York Academy of Sciences
NeuroTech NYC – June 8, 2016 @ the New York Academy of Sciences