Welcome to BME Day 2024
How to Vote
It's time to vote in our Senior Design elevator pitch competition!
Teams have 90 seconds to complete their pitch
Attendees can review all the teams and their projects below
Which senior design team had the most compelling pitch?
Meet the Teams
Team members: Sophia Mains, Lauren Smith, Aya Zaatreh
Concept: HeraHealth is the first app that gives postpartum women a method of accurately, quickly, and cost-effectively quantifying postpartum blood loss. By utilizing the patient’s mobile device, the app quantifies blood volume in each woman’s postpartum pad to notify her if she has reached the hemorrhaging threshold.
Team members: Jalen Bailey, Grace Fukazawa, Maggie Gibson, Brandon Sems
Concept: Knee-sy Does It is creating an innovative device for joint mobilization therapy to help transform post-operative care for patients with knee flexion contracture.
Team members: Dylan Maund, Nicholas Forcellati, Jana Mucci, Ursula Oddo-White
Concept: MaternaTech’s goal is to design a device that can be used for 24/7 at home, patient monitoring of preeclampsia utilizing arterial tonometry on the subclavian artery to collect mean arterial pressure (MAP) data.
Team members: Ryan John, Amanda Mavricos, Cara McMahon, Dylan Woodard, Luke Zibbell
Concept: PolypStop offers a novel solution that leverages cutting-edge technologies to enhance patient outcomes, reduces hospital readmissions, and minimizes the economic strain on patients and healthcare providers after a polyp removal procedure.
Team members: Nina Burden, Alicia Cardoso, Stephanie Deren, Arianna Gehan, Julia Zatyko
Concept: The Pulse PairIt addresses the need for rapid vital monitoring in the NICU by providing wireless, non-invasive, and continuous sensing of an infant’s key biometrics that are used to make imminent life-saving decisions.
Team members: Alyssa Cavella, Andrew Kim and Nicolas Perez, Alexa Soroka
Concept: Development of a Universal Prosthetic Socket Solution for Transfemoral Amputees in Underdeveloped Countries.
Team members: David Bendis, Matthew Feroz, Cesar Noguera Saigua, Tyler Jacklitsch
Concept: The team’s mission is to combine a universal LED Photoacoustic housing device with existing clinical ultrasound instruments to empower health care providers, even those with limited training, with increased speed and accuracy in screening for the deadly skin cancer melanoma.
Team members: Ashlynn Barry, Marie Canencia, Katherine Ohotin, Michelle Wolf
Concept: 'Smart' wheelchair cushion with pressure-sensing technology that continuously collects real-time data, redistributing pressure to prevent pressure sores in long-term wheelchair users.
Team members: Andrew Dzikowski, Janelle Garcia, Amelia Rehrig, Hans San-Luis, Morgan Whitlock
Concept: The WoundWatch Chronic Wound Monitoring System utilizes daily pH, temperature, and blood oxygen saturation measurements obtained in the comfort of the patient’s home to aid in close monitoring of the healing the status of diabetic wounds, helping patients and doctors to better provide care.