Past News Highlights


  • 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.


  • 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.