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Prior to joining the firm, he worked as a research scientist for Dr. Hussein Yasine at USC where he was involved with research on the effect of APOE e4 on brain lipids. He graduated from the University of California Los Angeles with his B.S. in Bioengineering and the University of Southern California with his M.S. in Medical Device and Diagnostic Engineering.
During law school at the University of California Irvine, Alexander was a Research Editor on Law Review and was a member of the UCI Intellectual Property, Art, and Technology clinic where he worked on start-up counseling, trademark prosecution, and fair use analysis for documentary film makers.
In July 2018, Citroën, the French car manufacturer, unveiled glasses that aid in alleviating motion sickness. The “Seetoën” glasses, developed by Boarding Ring, purports to eliminate motion sickness symptoms within about 10
A new study based on a novel implantable weight loss device that was published in Nature, has shown that it was able to help rats shed almost 40 percent of their body weight. This implant device developed by engineers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison
On May 30, 2018, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration launched an innovation challenge as a way to combat the fight against opioid addiction. The challenge was issued to “spur the development of medical devices, including digital health
According to Bloomberg, Apple, Inc. is currently developing an electrocardiogram (also known as an EKG or ECG) feature in its smartwatch products. A report from Bloomberg and other sources have stated that the unit in development requires
The FDA may begin certifying the laboratories that produce lab-developed tests (“LDTs”) instead of drafting regulatory rules to cover the tests themselves. The American Clinical Laboratory Association describes LDTs as:
The FDA recently approved Abott’s FreeStyle Libre Flash Glucose Monitoring System. According to Bloomberg, this device marks the first continuous glucose monitoring system that adults can use that does not use diagnosis via taking
On September 26, 2017, the FDA announced that it has chosen nine tech companies to participate in a pilot program (FDA Pre-Cert) to help tech companies bypass some regulations that have hindered health software and products release, Bloomberg