NYQUIST-RATE HEALTHCARE: CLOSING THE SUB-SAMPLING GAP IN MONITORING AND CLOSED-LOOP THERAPY
October 29 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Advances in healthcare technologies have mainly focused on therapeutics, interventional procedures, and late-stage/ ‘post-symptom’ diagnostics. These steps have undergone significant improvements, leading to higher survival rates and enhancements in quality of life. Nevertheless, current trends are unsustainable due to the inadequate outcomes on specific critical diseases and skyrocketing national healthcare costs. An important example is cancer, where mortality rates have not seen major improvements, even with the tremendous technological advances in diagnostic imaging tools over the last four decades.
Speaker(s): Professor Armin Arbabian,
Lecture 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Bldg: Levine Hall
University of Pennsylvania
3330 Walnut St.