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1katharine_jessiman-ketcham@brown.eduDevelop a user-oriented technology for patients with Alzheimers who are still in the early stages of the disease and living on their own. The goal is to make something that allows them to stay independent, confident, and not stressed!
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2lauren_bange@brown.eduCustom Breast Prothesis
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3tovy.kamine@gmail.comBetter patient gowns that incorporate sensors as well as keep patients covered unless necessary
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4jayson_marwaha@brown.eduDisrupting coding departments by helping doctors document ICD codes
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Rm 275 Group 5erika_banuelos@brown.edupatients who don't speak english - understanding the medication they are taking, why, how long, for how many days
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6nicholas_nissen@brown.eduImaging for movement-friendly childbirth
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7karishma_h_bhatia@brown.eduImproving discharge instructions more comprehensible, revisitable, and interactive.
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8ellen_fu@brown.eduBuilding a trust system for patient-doctor interactions so patients can be doubly reassured.
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9sierra_harken@brown.eduRUELLO - Anti-Tech Tech(?) for rural, elderly, or low income individuals.
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10Rebecca_Chernick@brown.eduFind a way to connect older adults with non-medical based healthcare interventions
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11sumaiya_sayeed@brown.eduKids in hospitals may not understand their health problems and may sometimes miss out on "life" - school, development, social life. We should fix that!
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12sachin_pendse@brown.eduAn app to help simplify resources and provide tools for people to cope with new side effects of new medication they may be trying
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13sadhana_bala@brown.eduPredictive analytics on patient no-show data to help inform individual patient likelihood of not attending an appointment.
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14ojas_mainkar@brown.eduMechanical sensor to quantitatively measure force being applied to teeth from intubation instrumentation.
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15rebecca_thorsness@brown.edu
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16alexander_adia@brown.eduYoung adults are less likely to be insured, and people who have help signing up for insurance are more likely to sign up. Is there an AI solution to help young adults figure out the best insurance plan to sign up for?
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17william_dawson@brown.eduCreating a web application to locate a user's closest AED.
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18leon_wu@brown.eduHeart disease is the number 1 killer of people in the US. I'd like to create a program using machine learning techniques to function as an early warning system because heart disease is difficult to detect early.
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19holly_tran@brown.eduSingle healthcare platform to unify medical records and information for patients.
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20alisa_pugacheva@brown.eduSimplify the program hospitals use to input and store patient records.
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21nathan_pertsch@brown.eduHow can we use artificial intelligence to close the perceived physician gap without creating more doctors?
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22arikohorn@gmail.comredesign crutches
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23m.a.r.k@brown.eduUse experience sampling to develop patient risk profiles; recommend appointments; and optimize the frequency of and questions asked within sampling to improve confidence of risk profiles.
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24roja_garimella@brown.eduReinventing patient wait times; reducing the length of waits through workflow solutions or somehow making them educational, useful for the visit in some capacity
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25christina_andrews@brown.edu, kabisa_baughen@brown.edu, sarah_syrop@brown.eduOptimizing the procedure for arterial blood draws
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