As the primary academic institution involved with relevant medical technologies, Tufts School of Medicine is the lead collaborator with Breegi Scientific, Inc. on in vitro and in vivo testing of our NICU technology. The Center for Vascular, Wound Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine at Tufts Medical Center, and New Born and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the Floating Hospital, they provide cutting edge technologies. Tufts researchers involved with these programs have worked on hundreds of complicated cases. The Surgical Research Laboratories (SRL) at Tufts Medical Center aids industry partners by supporting in-vivo feasibility studies for medical devices and providing physician and technical expertise.
Boston University has a state-of-the-art facility for Computer-Aided Design (CAD). There staff perform leading edge research in biomechanics; computational science and engineering; dynamics, robotics, systems and controls; thermofluid sciences; energy and sustainability; materials; and micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) and nanotechnology. The Engineering Product Innovation Center (EPIC) houses a state-of-the-art facility for Computer-Aided Design (CAD).
The First Garifuna Hospital in Honduras, founded by Dr. Luther Castillo Harry, is a healthcare facility built and run by the community of Criboya, Honduras, which formerly had no healthcare facilities.
The hospital increases access to healthcare for remote communities and has partnered with Breegi Scientific to build a knowledge base of rural health and assess effectiveness for decentralized solutions. The collaboration builds upon the mutual foundations trust and transparency both organizations were founded upon in order to increase access to care for low-resource communities.
Public Health, Africa. a biostatistician, epidemiologist and global health expert with University of Nebraska Medical Center(UNMC), with long experience in evaluating low-cost child health interventions in LMICS and bring them to scale via the proposed model of validation of proof of concept to scale up.
DR. MONIRUL ISLAM,
MD, MPH, PHD
Dr Monirul Islam is an associate Professor of Epidemiology at the College of Public Health, University of Nebraska Medical Center, He has vast experience in clinical, translational and public health research and in setting up surveillance and indicator monitoring and evaluation systems in resource limited settings.
DR. ANN ANDERSON BERRY
Dr Ann Anderson Berry is an Associate Professor in the Division of Newborn Medicine, College of Medicine, University of Nebraska Medical Center, and the medical director of the NICU at Nebraska Medicine.
DR. DAVIDSON HAMER, MD, FACP, FIDSA, FASTMH, FISTM
Dr. Hamer is a Professor of Global Health and Medicine at the Boston University School of Public Health and School of Medicine. Vast experience in neonatal and child survival, healthcare in low resource settings, such in Zambia, Uganda.
KARSTEN LUNZE, MD, MPH, DRPH, FACPM, FAAP
Dr. Lunze is a Professor in the Department of Public Health, Boston University. He is an expert in maternal and child health, and in post-conflict health systems reconstruction.