- December. PinMed successfully completes a large series of longitudinal data analyses performed for an NIH-sponsored study of risk for sudden death at Yale.
- May. PinMed’s Personal Health ExpertTM wins a 2013 TechConnect National Innovation Award. The TechConnect Innovation Awards select the top early-stage innovations from around the world through an industry-review process. Rankings are based on the potential positive impact on a specific industry sector.
- August. PinMed receives a new NIH contract to develop a miniaturized, multisensor, wireless system for continuous monitoring of 1- to 12-lead ECG, blood pressure. and oxygen saturation.
- August. PinMed receives a new NIH SHIFT award to further expand the functionality of its mobile, multi-sensor platform for the continuous, noninvasive tracking of arterial blood pressure at home.
- July. PinMed’s scientists’ white paper has been selected for presentation at the mHealth Evidence Workshop at the National Institutes of Health. The workshop is a collaboration between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, McKesson Foundation, National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health.
- January. PinMed partners with cardiologists from Yale University to analyze the impact of psychological stress on cardiovascular activity in an NIH-supported clinical study.
- November. PinMed receives a Qualifying Therapeutic Discovery Award from the Internal Revenue Service and the Department of Health and Human Services for its work on a low-cost personalized cardiorespiratory profiling and monitoring system.
- March. New research uses PELEX technology to show that anger-induced electrical changes in the heart can predict future arrhythmias in patients with implantable cardioverter-defibrillators (ICDs). Results of this study have been featured in the U.S. popular media, including Reuters, CBS News, and CNN, as well as in the United Kingdom and Australia. Read the full article here.
- September. PinMed receives a new NIH Award with a high priority score for its project “Pelex-C: A high-resolution, wireless ECG systen for infants/children” (Principal Investigator: Dr. Bradley B. Keller, a pediatric cardiologist formerly of Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh and Professor of Pediatrics, Cell Biology and Molecular Physiology at the University of Pittsburgh).
- August. Patents for Pelex Technology issued in 7 European countries, further establishing PinMed’s leading position in intelligent telemedicine and network-distributed information processing.
- July. PinMed receives FDA clearance for the PELEX system.