The Broad Institute was rocking on Friday afternoon. After three months inside of Harvard Medical School, our seven Rock Boston startups finally debuted their transformational technologies to a packed crowd on MIT’s campus in Cambridge. After the formal presentations, we mixed and mingled with Boston’s finest investors, media and local government, to celebrate the incredible ecosystem we were privileged to be a part of this summer.
If you missed out, here’s a brief description of each of the startups, along with where you can go for more information.
Home Team Therapy uses online video and the Microsoft Kinect sensor to help patients exercise at home.
Neumitra develops data-driven technologies to address the effects of stress on health, productivity, and happiness.
NeuroTrack Technologies is a suite of behavioral assessment tools that can diagnose Alzheimer’s disease and mild cognitive impairment.
NoviMedicine allows a dermatologist to diagnose and treat acne remotely and efficiently through a virtual office visit platform.
Podimetrics is a home health device that aims to free the world from diabetic wounds, a condition leading to 100k unnecessary leg amputations each year in the US alone.
Reify Health empowers medical experts with tools to easily create, implement, assess, and deploy mobile health interventions.
RXApps uses SMS and web applications to help patients track their illnesses, allowing care providers to make better treatment decisions.