Building the future
Shown are medical technology solutions created by biomedical engineering undergraduate students in Spring 2021. Despite limited resources and COVID-19 related challenges to the design process students created biomedical devices to address medical problems ranging from traumatic brain injury to adequate medical surgical training.
Please click any prototype to learn more.
The Salivation Army
SkeleFlex: Intraoral Mouthpiece for Saliva Management in Restorative Dental Procedures
Rock PAPR Scissors
No-Touch PAPR MagStand: Reducing risk of contamination for healthcare workers worldwide
A non-invasive silicone and adhesive accessory that grips the trocar to provide greater securement and adheres to the skin to prevent dislodgement.
GI (mostly) Joes
Esophageal Contractile Ring (EsCR): Restoring Swallowing in Achalasia Patients Through Magnetic Contraction
We thank Our Empowering Capstone Leaders
Through advocacy, endorsement, and capital, these leaders have extended the capabilities of capstone and enabled students to develop unique clinical insight.
Chair of Biomedical Engineering
Dean of Emory School of Medicine