Sarah Mangiola

Associate Content Producer ,

Sarah is an associate content producer in our New York offices. Originally from California, she graduated from the Unviersity of California, Davis in 2012 with a B.A. in political science. She writes on many different topics within the Design, Engineering, and Sourcing Group. Previously, Sarah has worked for the Governor of California and Mode Public Realtions in New York City.

Kickstart a Better Night’s Sleep
A Colorado Springs startup is currently running a Kickstarter campaign to raise $50,000 in order to produce its Sleep Shepard sleep hat.
TIGR Offers New Alternative for Breast Reconstruction
Novus Scientific creates a surgical mesh that can provide more stability in breast implants.
Philips Introduces New Ultrasound Machines for Women’s Health
New ultrasound machines were announced recently at the ISUOG World Congress.
Oxford Researchers Implement Standards for Fetal Growth and Newborn Size
The standards for fetal growth and newborn size are now used on every Philips ultrasound system and replace the need for geography-based growth charts.
Microfluidic Device Gauges Aspirin’s Ability to Prevent Blood Clotting
Researchers at Georgia Tech created a device that could ease the process of determining a patient’s drug and dosage level.
Temperature Sensor Avoids Overheating Cosmetic Treatments
Syneron’s cosmetic devices now use Exergen Global’s micro IRT/c to guarantee overheating does not occur.
Philips Unveils New Ultrasound Technology
Many new products and software were unveiled and demonstrated at the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Congress 2014.
Robotics Adopted to Perform Prostatectomies
A new study found that robotic-assisted radical prostatectomies are becoming more common in the U.S.
Medical Device Receives Grand Prize at QPrize 2014
Qualcomm’s fourth annual QPrize competition received over 1,200 submissions with the grand prize going to the Israeli company, MediSafe.
Mechanical Force Factors Into T-Cell Signaling
New research sheds light on why T-cells signal other immune cells to fight threats to the body.
Electronic Patch Wirelessly Monitors Patient’s Vitals
Fitted with the SensiumVitals System, the patch enables continuous monitoring while allowing the patient to walk around freely.
Brain Analysis System Approved by the FDA
The FDA has approved EIMindA’s Brain Network Activity (BNA) Analysis System, which will allow physicians to compare a patient’s functional brain network activity to a healthy brain.
New Wearable Device Can Improve ALS Quality of Life
ALS patients could soon have more independence with wearable device and software connecting to the brain.
Cybersecurity Services Help Medical Devices Meet FDA Standards
TÜV Rheinland now offers a thorough security consulting program to prevent medical device manufacturers from a variety of threats and vulnerabilities.
Students at UWM Create Innovative Medical Devices
Undergraduate students are creating innovative technology with hopes of being funded by industry leaders.

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