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New Dose Calibrator for Radioactive Tracers in Biodistribution Studies from the NIH (National Institutes of Health)

One Million Solutions in Health

“The results of his work will show the potential for the technology to improve the accuracy and efficiency of the work done at the pre-clinical phase of radiopharmaceutical drug discovery.”

BOSTON (PRWEB) February 08, 2020
One Million Solutions in Health presents Dr. Stephen Adler, PhD, discussing “New Dose Calibrator for Radioactive Tracers in Biodistribution Studies that Can Increase Accuracy 10-Fold ” from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in a webinar.
This One Million Solutions in Health webinar introduced a ground-breaking new dose calibrator for radioactive tracers in biodistribution studies that has the potential to advance the technology to a new level of sensitivity, accuracy and range for small radiation doses.
A micro-dose calibrator is designed to improve radiation dose measurements used in pre-clinical in-vivo and ex-vivo radiopharmaceutical drug development studies.
Using the patented concept of a segmented well counter, the radiation measurement upper limits hindering the use of a standard single crystal well counter have been eliminated.
The current research into this new technology will be presented by Dr. Adler who has built a fully operational 8 crystal segment micro-dose calibrator to test his invention.
The results of his work will show the potential for the technology to improve the accuracy and efficiency of the work done at the pre-clinical phase of radiopharmaceutical drug discovery.
Review the webinar here: “New Dose Calibrator for Radioactive Tracers in Biodistribution Studies.”
ABOUT ONE MILLION SOLUTIONS IN HEALTH:
As a not-for-profit charity, the goal of One Million Solutions in Health™ is to shape health care by sharing solutions and, importantly, to accelerate the discovery, development and delivery … of innovative cures, treatments and preventative measures for patients around the world. By facilitating efforts to ensure organizations can Connect, Learn + Share, Innovate and Collaborate, our vision is to improve health care delivery, accelerate life sciences research and share patient and consumer-focused ideas and solutions.
By engaging scientists, entrepreneurs, investors, innovators, industry experts, health care professionals, and patients across various disciplines, and from around the world, we can utilize the power of the internet to disrupt things in a positive and transformative way to accelerate the movement of new solutions and scientific discoveries from the scientist to the patient.
The Technology Evaluation Consortium (TEC) brings together life sciences and/or health care companies and technology providers, and other relevant partners (e.g., government and Universities) to evaluate and validate technologies or services in a collaborative environment. The model empowers technology providers and industry end users to collectively assess a number of technologies in a cost-effective manner, producing a depth and breadth of results that no company can achieve alone.
We are on our way towards accelerating high-potential innovations, catalyzing investment and increasing awareness of, and support for, important ideas to improve health and save lives. We are thrilled to have you be a part of this transformative journey!
IF YOU HAVE A TECHNOLOGY, SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY OR MEDICAL SOLUTION YOU WOULD LIKE US TO HELP SHARE WITH THE WORLD, CONTACT US.
For more information: http://www.onemillionsolutionsinhealth.orgCONTACT:
One Million Solutions in Health™Dawn Van DamExecutive Director & CEOEmail: dawn.vandam(at)onemillionsolutionsinhealth(dot)orgPhone: 416-402-8274

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Small Molecule Inhibitor of MYC as a Cancer Therapeutic from the NIH (National Institutes of Health)

One Million Solutions in Health

“This webinar discusses a ground-breaking small molecule that can be used as a potential therapeutic for multiple myeloma, carcinoma of the cervix, colon, breast, lung and stomach.”

BOSTON (PRWEB) February 08, 2020
One Million Solutions in Health™ presented speakers John Schneekloth Jr., Ph.D., and Beverly Mock, Ph.D. in a scientifically-advanced webinar initiated by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Dr. John Schneekloth Jr., Ph.D., is an investigator with the NCI (National Cancer Institute), where his research involves using synthetic chemistry and high throughput chemical biology approaches to develop chemical probes of RNA, with a particular emphasis on targeting RNA with druglike small molecules.
Dr. Beverly Mock, Ph.D., is a senior investigator with the NCI, where she has focused her research on complex genetic traits associated with cancer initiation and progression in an effort to develop strategies for identifying and analyzing drug combinations to target susceptibility pathways.
This One Million Solutions in Health webinar introduces a ground-breaking small molecule that can be used as a potential therapeutic for multiple myeloma, carcinoma of the cervix, colon, breast, lung and stomach.
The proto-oncogene c-Myc is deregulated and overexpressed in ~70% of all cancers. Thus, c-Myc is an attractive therapeutic target, since disrupting c-Myc activity could be used as pan-chemotherapy.
Beyond cancer, Myc is also a positive effector of tissue inflammation, and its function has been implicated in the pathophysiology of heart failure.
Because c-Myc is a transcription factor, a rationally designed small molecule targeting c-Myc is required to exhibit significant specificity. Unfortunatly, several physical characteristics of Myc make it a very difficult protein to target and, to date, there are no approved drugs targeting c-Myc.
The invention being discussed in this One Million Solutions in Health webinar is directed to small molecules that stabilize the transcription repressing quadruplex in the c-Myc gene promoter region. The compounds available for licensing target c-Myc at the transcriptional level, and have been shown to inhibit c-Myc expression.
Review the webinar here: “Small Molecule Inhibitor of MYC as a Cancer Therapeutic”.
ABOUT ONE MILLION SOLUTIONS IN HEALTH:
As a not-for-profit charity, the goal of One Million Solutions in Health™ is to shape health care by sharing solutions and, importantly, to accelerate the discovery, development and delivery … of innovative cures, treatments and preventative measures for patients around the world. By facilitating efforts to ensure organizations can Connect, Learn + Share, Innovate and Collaborate, our vision is to improve health care delivery, accelerate life sciences research and share patient and consumer-focused ideas and solutions.
By engaging scientists, entrepreneurs, investors, innovators, industry experts, health care professionals, and patients across various disciplines, and from around the world, we can utilize the power of the internet to disrupt things in a positive and transformative way to accelerate the movement of new solutions and scientific discoveries from the scientist to the patient.
The Technology Evaluation Consortium (TEC) brings together life sciences and/or health care companies and technology providers, and other relevant partners (e.g., government and Universities) to evaluate and validate technologies or services in a collaborative environment. The model empowers technology providers and industry end users to collectively assess a number of technologies in a cost-effective manner, producing a depth and breadth of results that no company can achieve alone.
We are on our way towards accelerating high-potential innovations, catalyzing investment and increasing awareness of, and support for, important ideas to improve health and save lives. We are thrilled to have you be a part of this transformative journey!
IF YOU HAVE A TECHNOLOGY, SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY OR MEDICAL SOLUTION YOU WOULD LIKE US TO HELP SHARE WITH THE WORLD, CONTACT US.
For more information: http://www.onemillionsolutionsinhealth.orgCONTACT:
One Million Solutions in Health™Dawn Van DamExecutive Director & CEOEmail: dawn.vandam(at)onemillionsolutionsinhealth(dot)orgPhone: 416-402-8274

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The Institutes RiskStream Collaborative’s Soak Test Demonstrates That Canopy Framework Can Support U.S. Insurance Market Transaction Volumes

“This is a monumental step for the RiskStream Collaborative, as the soak test validates Canopy’s capabilities within the insurance space,” said Christopher McDaniel, president of The Institutes RiskStream Collaborative.

MALVERN, Pa. (PRWEB) February 06, 2020
The Institutes RiskStream™ Collaborative, the largest enterprise-level blockchain consortium in the risk management and insurance sector, has successfully completed a soak test of its proprietary Canopy framework. The performance test validates that the blockchain software and cloud infrastructure can handle a large volume of simultaneous member transactions.
The test successfully modelled the volume, variety, and velocity of transactions that RiskStream Collaborative members anticipate when they move to production with Canopy—including asymmetrical loads based on member market share. For this test, eleven Canopy nodes were deployed across multiple Amazon cloud regions. This network was then cycled to peak expected load levels multiple times over the course of the 12-hour test, with a final count of over 500,000 completed transactions. RiskStream Collaborative monitored the health of all nodes from a central location, verifying the manageability of the network as the soak test progressed.
“This is a monumental step for the RiskStream Collaborative, as the soak test validates Canopy’s capabilities within the insurance space,” said Christopher McDaniel, president of The Institutes RiskStream Collaborative. “We can now confirm that production-volume transactions can be securely and successfully sent and received within the Canopy framework by multiple members.”
This is the latest in a series of progressive milestones for the RiskStream Collaborative and its Canopy framework, including completion of technical production readiness for the applications in June and September 2019 and member production testing of the first notice of loss and proof of insurance applications in October 2019. Successful completion of the latest test validates the production readiness of the Canopy network and provides members with added assurance as they continue to work towards shadow production testing in their organizations in 2020.
About The Institutes RiskStream CollaborativeThe Institutes RiskStream Collaborative, the risk management and insurance industry’s first enterprise-level blockchain consortium, is developing insurance-specific use cases via Canopy, a custom blockchain architecture. http://www.TheInstitutes.org/RiskStream
The RiskStream Collaborative is committed to equipping organizations to work together to inspire product innovation, enable efficiencies and open new technological frontiers.
About The Institutes | Risk and Insurance Knowledge GroupThe Institutes, the leading provider of risk management and insurance knowledge solutions, offer professional designations, including the CPCU® program. In addition, The Institutes provide introductory, foundational, and leadership programs; online and continuing education courses; events and conferences; online and print news platforms; assessment tools; and research reports.
CPCU is a registered trademark of The Institutes. All rights reserved.

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The Institutes RiskStream Collaborative’s Soak Test Demonstrates That Canopy Framework Can Support U.S. Insurance Market Transaction Volumes

“This is a monumental step for the RiskStream Collaborative, as the soak test validates Canopy’s capabilities within the insurance space,” said Christopher McDaniel, president of The Institutes RiskStream Collaborative.

MALVERN, Pa. (PRWEB) February 06, 2020
The Institutes RiskStream™ Collaborative, the largest enterprise-level blockchain consortium in the risk management and insurance sector, has successfully completed a soak test of its proprietary Canopy framework. The performance test validates that the blockchain software and cloud infrastructure can handle a large volume of simultaneous member transactions.
The test successfully modelled the volume, variety, and velocity of transactions that RiskStream Collaborative members anticipate when they move to production with Canopy—including asymmetrical loads based on member market share. For this test, eleven Canopy nodes were deployed across multiple Amazon cloud regions. This network was then cycled to peak expected load levels multiple times over the course of the 12-hour test, with a final count of over 500,000 completed transactions. RiskStream Collaborative monitored the health of all nodes from a central location, verifying the manageability of the network as the soak test progressed.
“This is a monumental step for the RiskStream Collaborative, as the soak test validates Canopy’s capabilities within the insurance space,” said Christopher McDaniel, president of The Institutes RiskStream Collaborative. “We can now confirm that production-volume transactions can be securely and successfully sent and received within the Canopy framework by multiple members.”
This is the latest in a series of progressive milestones for the RiskStream Collaborative and its Canopy framework, including completion of technical production readiness for the applications in June and September 2019 and member production testing of the first notice of loss and proof of insurance applications in October 2019. Successful completion of the latest test validates the production readiness of the Canopy network and provides members with added assurance as they continue to work towards shadow production testing in their organizations in 2020.
About The Institutes RiskStream CollaborativeThe Institutes RiskStream Collaborative, the risk management and insurance industry’s first enterprise-level blockchain consortium, is developing insurance-specific use cases via Canopy, a custom blockchain architecture. http://www.TheInstitutes.org/RiskStream
The RiskStream Collaborative is committed to equipping organizations to work together to inspire product innovation, enable efficiencies and open new technological frontiers.
About The Institutes | Risk and Insurance Knowledge GroupThe Institutes, the leading provider of risk management and insurance knowledge solutions, offer professional designations, including the CPCU® program. In addition, The Institutes provide introductory, foundational, and leadership programs; online and continuing education courses; events and conferences; online and print news platforms; assessment tools; and research reports.
CPCU is a registered trademark of The Institutes. All rights reserved.

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The Institutes Acquire Insurance Thought Leadership Assets

“These unique platforms support our goal of advancing knowledge and connections with those interested in risk management and insurance,” said Peter Miller, CPCU, president and CEO of The Institutes.

MALVERN, Pa. (PRWEB) January 28, 2020
The Institutes, the leading risk management and insurance knowledge provider, today announced it has acquired the Insurance Thought Leadership (ITL) brand and online publishing assets, including InsuranceThought Leadership.com and the weekly Six Things e-newsletter, from Insurance Thought Leadership, Inc.
“These unique platforms support our goal of advancing knowledge and connections with those interested in risk management and insurance,” said Peter Miller, CPCU, president and CEO of The Institutes. “The ITL assets accelerate our global knowledge leadership role in risk management and insurance, especially in the rapidly growing insurtech space.”
InsuranceThoughtLeadership.com and Six Things enable growth through innovation by helping subscribers understand drivers transforming the insurance industry. They also create connections that lead to innovation and strategic advantage.
ITL regularly publishes thought leadership on insurance innovation and emerging technology, curating the best ideas from the brightest minds on both its website and via its widely read weekly email newsletter. Paul Carroll will continue to serve as editor-in-chief of ITL and Six Things.
“ITL.com has been a leader in identifying new opportunities and changing behavior in insurance and will be in good hands with The Institutes,” said Wayne Allen, CEO of Insurance Thought Leadership, Inc. “Following the sale, we will focus on providing insurance innovation consulting and research services through IE Advisory and Innovator’s Edge.”
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About The Institutes | Risk and Insurance Knowledge GroupThe Institutes, the leading provider of risk management and insurance knowledge solutions, offer professional designations, including the CPCU® program. In addition, The Institutes provide introductory, foundational, and leadership programs; online and continuing education courses; events and conferences; online and print news platforms; assessment tools; and research reports.
CPCU is a registered trademark of The Institutes. All rights reserved.

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The Institutes RiskStream Collaborative™ Launches RiskStream Labs, Inc. to Accelerate Blockchain Innovation Globally

“Our industry continues to innovate across multiple sectors, with the collective goal of bringing new ideas to fruition and ultimately to production,” said Christopher McDaniel, president of The Institutes RiskStream Collaborative.

MALVERN, Pa. (PRWEB) January 15, 2020
The Institutes RiskStream Collaborative, the risk management and insurance industry’s largest enterprise-level blockchain consortium, has created a new entity, RiskStream Labs, Inc., the first-ever blockchain innovation hub designed to accelerate innovation across sectors within the insurance industry.
RiskStream Labs will serve as a resource for both member and nonmember organizations and will be dedicated to quickly vetting and advancing blockchain initiatives, specifically at the proof-of-concept phase. Headed by RiskStream Collaborative leaders Christopher G. McDaniel and Patrick Schmid, RiskStream Labs will work with insurance organizations globally, as well as the risk management departments of non-insurance organizations and governmental agencies that are looking to explore targeted blockchain applications specific to their needs.
In addition, RiskStream Labs will enable participants to concentrate on a variety of areas not currently in development by the RiskStream Collaborative, such as surety and workers compensation, as well such future-looking areas as IoT and analytics. Members can also use RiskStream Labs to create proofs of concept with the long-term goal of transferring concepts onto RiskStream Collaborative’s Canopy framework.
“Our industry continues to innovate across multiple sectors, with the collective goal of bringing new ideas to fruition and ultimately to production,” said Christopher McDaniel, president of The Institutes RiskStream Collaborative. “We’re excited to work with some of the smartest minds in our profession and provide a central point to collectively collaborate and advance the industry.”
The launch of RiskStream Labs comes after a series of progressive milestones, and it is the first innovation-based program offered by RiskStream Collaborative.
About The Institutes RiskStream CollaborativeThe Institutes RiskStream Collaborative is the risk management and insurance industry’s first enterprise-level blockchain consortium that is developing insurance-specific use cases via Canopy, a custom blockchain architecture. http://www.TheInstitutes.org/RiskStream
The RiskStream Collaborative is committed to equipping organizations to work together to inspire product innovation, enable efficiencies, and open new technological frontiers.
About The Institutes | Risk and Insurance Knowledge GroupThe Institutes, the leading provider of risk management and insurance knowledge education and solutions, offer professional designations, including the CPCU® program. In addition, The Institutes provide introductory, foundational, and leadership courses and programs; online and continuing education courses; custom solutions; events and conferences; online and print news platforms; assessment tools; and research reports.
CPCU is a registered trademark of The Institutes. All rights reserved.

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The Institutes Acquire Risk & Insurance, National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference & Expo, and National Ergonomics Conference & ErgoExpo

“We are thrilled to welcome the Risk & Insurance, NWCDC, and ErgoExpo teams,” said Peter Miller, CPCU, president and CEO of The Institutes. “Each of these entities offers new and unique opportunities to provide knowledge and education to those interested in risk management and insurance.”

MALVERN, Pa. (PRWEB) December 09, 2019
The Institutes, the leading risk management and insurance knowledge provider, today announced it has acquired three valuable knowledge-sharing platforms from LRP Media Group: Risk & Insurance®, National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference® & Expo (NWCDC), and National Ergonomics Conference & ErgoExpo® (ErgoExpo). The deal closed on December 9, 2019.
“We are thrilled to welcome the Risk & Insurance, NWCDC, and ErgoExpo teams to The Institutes,” said Peter Miller, CPCU, president and CEO of The Institutes. “Each of these entities offers new and unique opportunities to provide knowledge and education to those interested in risk management and insurance.”
Risk & Insurance is the leading digital and print platform for risk management and insurance news and information. It is also known for its award programs, including the Power Broker award. NWCDC and ErgoExpo will expand The Institutes’ educational offerings into the area of workplace-injury mitigation. NWCDC is the largest national workers compensation exposition, and ErgoExpo is the nation’s largest and longest-running ergonomics event, focused on providing knowledge about making employees safer by mitigating workplace injuries.
“Joining The Institutes is beyond exciting for our entire team. Our shared values on the importance of knowledge and education create the core of our organizational synergies,” said Matthew Kahn, president of Risk & Insurance, NWCDC, and ErgoExpo. “Our assets will help expand The Institutes’ offerings into new topics like workers compensation and ergonomics, while The Institutes’ long-term commitment will enable us to expand our digital platforms and develop some very exciting and innovative approaches at our events.”
JEGI | CLARITY, the leading independent investment bank for the global media, events, information, marketing, software, and tech-enabled services sectors, was the exclusive financial adviser to LRP Media Group in this transaction.
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About The Institutes | Risk and Insurance Knowledge GroupThe Institutes, the leading provider of risk management and insurance knowledge solutions, offer professional designations, including the CPCU® program. In addition, The Institutes provide introductory, foundational, and leadership programs; online and continuing education courses; events and conferences; custom solutions; and assessment tools. Affiliates include CEU, Claims Pages, the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance, the CPCU-Loman Education Foundation, The Institutes CPCU Society, The Institutes Griffith Insurance Education Foundation, The Institutes RiskStream CollaborativeTM, the Insurance Research Council, the International Insurance Society, MyPath, the Pacific Insurance Conference, Risk & Insurance, NWCDC, and ErgoExpo.
CPCU is a registered trademark of The Institutes. All rights reserved.
About LRP Media GroupLRP Media Group, headquartered in Palm Beach County, Florida, since 1996, is an innovative media company serving millions of business and education professionals worldwide. Specializing in education administration, education law, education technology, federal employment, human resources, workers compensation, and disability, LRP publishes thousands of books, pamphlets, newsletters, videos, and online resources. The company also produces four industry-leading print and digital magazines for key decision-makers: District Administration, Human Resource Executive®, HRM Asia, and University Business. Additionally, LRP annually delivers top-quality training and professional development to thousands of professionals through its award-winning conferences and tradeshows in China, Singapore, and the United States. LRP currently employs more than 500 professionals in its Connecticut; Florida; Pennsylvania; Singapore; and Washington, D.C., offices.

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The Institutes Agree to Acquire Risk & Insurance, National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference & Expo, and National Ergonomics Conference & ErgoExpo

By acquiring Risk & Insurance, NWCDC, and ErgoExpo, we are enhancing our ability to provide knowledge through an ever-expanding set of knowledge and knowledge-delivery solutions.

MALVERN, Pa. (PRWEB) November 25, 2019
The Institutes, the leading risk management and insurance knowledge provider, today announced it has agreed to acquire three valuable knowledge-sharing platforms from LRP Media Group. Upon closing the deal, The Institutes will acquire Risk & Insurance®, National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference® & Expo (NWCDC), and National Ergonomics Conference & ErgoExpo® (ErgoExpo). The deal is anticipated to close in December.
“At The Institutes, we are constantly seeking ways to better serve individuals interested in risk management and insurance topics,” said Peter Miller, CPCU, president and CEO of The Institutes. “By acquiring Risk & Insurance, NWCDC, and ErgoExpo, we are enhancing our ability to provide knowledge through an ever-expanding set of knowledge and knowledge-delivery solutions. Acquiring these platforms will not only enhance our content but also expand our ability to effectively deliver our content by gaining a better understanding of individuals’ risk management and insurance knowledge preferences and needs.”
Risk & Insurance is the leading risk management and insurance digital and print platform. It is also known for its award programs, including the Power Broker award. NWCDC and ErgoExpo will expand The Institutes’ educational offerings into the area of workplace injury risk mitigation. NWCDC is the largest national workers’ compensation event and exposition, and ErgoExpo is the nation’s largest and longest running ergonomics event, focused on providing knowledge about making employees safer by mitigating workplace injuries.
Upon the deal’s closing, Risk & Insurance, NWCDC, and ErgoExpo will become members of The Institutes.
About The Institutes | Risk and Insurance Knowledge GroupThe Institutes, a leading provider of risk and insurance knowledge solutions, offer professional designations, including the CPCU® program. In addition, The Institutes provide introductory, foundational, and leadership programs; online and continuing education courses; events and conferences; custom solutions; and assessment tools. Affiliates include CEU, Claims Pages, the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance, the CPCU-Loman Education Foundation, The Institutes CPCU Society, The Institutes Griffith Insurance Education Foundation, The Institutes RiskStream CollaborativeTM, the Insurance Research Council, the International Insurance Society, MyPath, and the Pacific Insurance Conference.
CPCU is a registered trademark of The Institutes. All rights reserved.
About LRP Media GroupLRP Media Group, headquartered in Palm Beach County since 1996, is an innovative media company serving millions of business and education professionals worldwide. Specializing in education administration, education law, education technology, federal employment, human resources, workers’ compensation and disability, LRP publishes thousands of books, pamphlets, newsletters, videos and online resources. The company also produces five industry-leading print and digital magazines for key decision-makers: District Administration, Human Resource Executive®, HRM Asia, Risk & Insurance® and University Business. Additionally, LRP annually delivers top-quality training and professional development to more than 80,000 professionals through its 13 award-winning conferences and tradeshows in China, Singapore and the United States. LRP currently employs more than 500 professionals in its Connecticut, Florida, Pennsylvania, Singapore and Washington, D.C., offices.
Risk & Insurance, National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference, National Ergonomics Conference & ErgoExpo, and Human Resource Executive are registered trademarks of LRP Media Group. All rights reserved.

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National Institutes of Health grant to fund research on noise attenuation technology

Invictus Medical

NICU noise is a well-established risk for preterm infants. The literature indicates that levels of noise found in these care areas can have short- and long-term health consequences. The Neoasis™ provides a non-contact means to reduce noise inside infant incubators.

SAN ANTONIO (PRWEB) November 05, 2019
Invictus Medical, the San Antonio, Texas-based medical device company dedicated to providing newborns with healthy development milestones, has been awarded a National Institutes of Health (NIH) Phase I grant to continue development of Invictus’ Neoasis™ device, a new, noise-attenuation technology aimed at making neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) more conducive to newborn infants’ development.
“NICU noise is a well-established risk for preterm infants. The literature indicates that levels of noise found in these care areas can have short- and long-term health consequences. Clinicians are looking for solutions to this problem,” said George Hutchinson, Invictus Medical’s Chief Executive Officer. “The Neoasis™ provides a non-contact means to reduce noise inside infant incubators.”
The NIH grant provides funding to complete the testing of the Invictus’ device in a hospital-based NICU simulator, providing the most realistic test environment without involving patients. Upon successfully completing this simulator testing, the Neoasis™ will be evaluated in the clinical environment.
Research funding for this project was supported by the National Institute On Deafness And Other Communication Disorders of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number R43DC018464. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.
About Invictus MedicalInvictus Medical is a San Antonio, Texas-based medical device company that aims to ensure that children are able to attain their developmental milestones. As evidenced by their award-winning innovations, Invictus Medical has been at the forefront of pediatric care since its founding in 2012. Invictus Medical is a privately held company. For more information about Invictus Medical, please see http://www.Invictusmed.com.

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