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Troy, N.Y. — Charles Taylor ’87, ’91, ’92, recognizes that every person’s heart and health are different, which is why he has spent his career focused on developing a personalized approach to diagnosing and treating cardiovascular disease. His visionary work as the co-founder of HeartFlow Inc. is one of the reasons that, later this week, Taylor will be awarded the Davies Medal for Engineering Achievement from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
TROY, N.Y. — Improving the detection, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases like cancer will require more detailed, rapid, and agile imaging technology that can show doctors not just what a specific organ looks like, but also what’s happening within the cells that make up those tissues.
Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have been working on two fronts to perfect continuous blood glucose monitor and insulin pump technologies: they are developing algorithms to create a closed-loop system that can effectively operate similar to a healthy pancreas, and they are working to make that system more accessible and understandable for users with diabetes.
Recent work by researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is demonstrating how data from online games can help provide meaningful insights.
People with diabetes face a significantly higher risk of osteoporotic fractures than those without the disease, but the reason for this is not well understood and can’t be adequately predicted.