Eye drops aren’t the best way to deliver drugs to the eye. They are ineffective, costly, and increasing nonadherence among patients.
Currently, more than 90% of ophthalmic drugs are delivered through eye drops, which are inefficient and failing patients due to:
This article is published as part of Hamid Torabzadeh’s project focused in Personalized Medicine. An introduction to the research concept can be found here, a video technical review can be found here, and in-depth article focused on the project can be found here.
Physician burnout is real.
And healthspan is…
This article is published as part of Hamid Torabzadeh’s project focused in Personalized Medicine. An introduction to the research concept can be found here, and a video technical review of this project can be found here.
Recapping an unprecedented and challenging, yet transformational year.
2020 was an unprecedented year for all of us. It turned my life upside down, and challenged me to redefine how I learn, spend time with friends/family, and innovate.
2020 forced me to reflect quite a bit about my personal and professional…
Analyzing how the healthcare and clinical sectors can take steps to deliver tangible progress in the field of personalized medicine.
The rise of personalized medicine comes with great opportunity to create clinical models aligned with precision, unique patient experiences, and better overall patient and care outcomes.
However, although the field…
Recently, I had the chance to participate in The Knowledge Society’s Global AI Hackathon, where innovators from across the world were challenged to provide high-level, quality solutions to pressing challenges by leveraging AI.
We were tasked with creating a slidedeck recommendation, a one-pager, and any mock-ups to illustrate our solution.
Public Health. The buzzword of the COVID-19 era.
Public Health is defined by CEA Winslow and the Centers for Disease Control as “the science and art of preventing disease, prolonging life, and promoting health through the organized efforts and informed choices of society, organizations, public and private communities, and individuals.”
Highlighting how the pharmaceutical industry and our healthcare systems can work together to revolutionize drug treatment and best serve patients when they need it most.
Have you ever felt overwhelmed with the number of medications you have received? Or the cost? Maybe the inefficacy of so many? …
Amidst an unprecedented and increasingly concerning public health crisis — the COVID-19 pandemic — Southern California struggles to find meaningful and effective solutions to flatten the curve. With over 555,000 cases and nearly 11,000 deaths throughout the entire state — as reported by The New York Times — Southern California…