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OHSU Innovate Challenge Student Innovator Pitch Competition
Innovate and create a solution that will change how people in your community interact with the outdoors.
IntraMon, competing in this year’s Invent Oregon Collegiate Challenge and a team consisting of professors Dr. Younes Jahangiri, Dr. Khashayar Farsad, Dr. Sean Kohles, Dr. Rick Weitzel, and Daniel Mullee, a medical student and research assistant, has developed a way for stents to tell smartphones how much they are blocked. Learn More
That’s one of the ideas behind Microcosm, an Invent Oregon finalist that has designed a new kind of testing platform that will allow medical labs to test cellular behavior more quickly and more accurately. Learn More
SHIFT is coming in hot with an innovative disease detection imaging tool that puts expensive imaging technology within reach using artificial intelligence. This invention holds the potential for changing the way doctors think about medical imaging.
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