Early Detection Neonatal Monitor


Inquiry: What if we could detect threats to infant health sooner?


Biosensing neonatal monitor



Research Partner

Arizona State University

Principle Investigator

Judith Klein-Seetharaman, PhD

Research Objective:

Clinical testing & validation


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aby monitors are essential in making sure newborn infants stay safe. But most monitors don’t track a baby’s physiology – making it difficult to detect problems early.

KSU, in collaboration with Arizona State University, is developing technology to increase the capabilities of neonatal monitoring so that it can detect emerging threats to a newborn’s health before they become irreparable. KLS will leverage ASU’s technical expertise in biosensors and machine learning to help address these issues and make the immediate postpartum period safer.

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