Acuamark Diagnostics, Inc.
Acuamark Diagnostics is developing novel diagnostic tests to enable low-cost and accurate early detection of colorectal cancer directly from the blood, by isolating and identifying multiple cancer markers. Thus, allowing for improved sensitivity, specificity, and scalability.
Location: New York, NY
Foundation Cornell Technology Licensed: 2014
Biosleep uses a proprietary algorithm and cloud-based analytics to conveniently and accurately diagnose sleep apnea. The economic impact of undiagnosed sleep apnea is roughly $150B per annum. Less than 20% of patients suffering with obstructive sleep apnea have been currently diagnosed.
Location: Forest Hills, New York
Foundation Cornell Technology Licensed: 2019
Cleerly is devoted to generating predictive and diagnostic software products using machine learning on radiological image data. The machine learning strategy licensed from Cornell can make connections and inferences about health that a human brain would miss. Their first round of products will be aimed at assessing heart health and will provide a user friendly platform for doctors and patients to learn about their heart by exploiting the connections made using the machine learning strategy. The technology was developed in the Dalio Institute for Cardiovascular Imaging.
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Foundation Cornell Technology Licensed: 2017
GNS Healthcare, Inc.
GNS Healthcare applies its groundbreaking, powerful artificial intelligence (AI) platform to unravel the complexity of human disease in order to match the right treatment to the right patient at the right time.
Location: Cambridge, MA
Foundation Cornell Technology Licensed: 2006
Radrite is a non-profit, modern software company that has created the first mobile app for radiology CDSM. This software is inexpensive and easy for clinicians to integrate into their current practice.
Location: New York, NY
Foundation Cornell Technology Licensed: 2021
VitaMe Technologies, Inc.
VitaMe Technologies (DBA VitaScan™) has developed a smartphone based diagnostic platform enabling accurate, fast, convenient, and low cost testing of vitamins and micronutrients in the home and at local pharmacies and clinics. The company received $1.15 million of grant funding from the United States Department of Defense in 2020.
Location: Ithaca, NY
Foundation Cornell Technology Licensed: 2016