July 29, 2020

Looking for ways to get involved with medical research projects or ways to apply your ECE skills during quarantine times? 
h2neo (team/project name) is looking for students interested in getting involved this summer.
h2neo a project tackling the issue of addressing the lack of neonatal dehydration treatment in resource-limited clinical settings. The issue of high neonatal mortality rates is preventable issue with the right equipment, and we want to every baby to have an equal opportunity for surviving. This project started in Autumn 2019 from the Engineering Innovation in Health (EIH) capstone course and has made significant progress in the last year. We have multiple prototypes under development as well as a provisional patent for the product. We work closely with doctors from Seattle Children’s and UWMC every week. Students will get to be involved in the hands-on process of product R&D.
If you are interested in applying your skills from embedded systems, digital signal processing, biomedical instrumentation, controls and/or devices OR just interested in learning more about product development, please reach out to Jenny Cho (yeonjinc@uw.edu) for more information!