Beth Kolko, a professor in HCDE, has been working on a startup for the last several years - Shift Labs, which has been developing low-cost technology for global health. The main product they have been focusing on is a low cost monitor for IV infusions. Shift Labs has just received the Global Health Innovator award recognizing this work.
Congratulations Beth!!!! Here is a press release announcing the award. http://www.prweb.com/releases/2017/10/prweb14788607.htm And Beth's blog post with a photo of a very big check http://www.shiftlabs.com/single-post/2017/10/25/Global-health-comes-to-MedTech-New-Award-goes-to-DripAssist
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