UC-Davis BME applies engineering principles and techniques to solve medical problems, and translate new discoveries into the clinic and operating room. UC Davis BME faculty collaborate closely with clinicians in the School of Medicine and the School of Veterinary Medicine to develop methods to detect, study, reverse or cure such problems as cancer and heart disease, repair and regenerate tissues, and design vaccines. For more information visit: http://www.bme.ucdavis.edu/.
The Veterinary Imaging Center of San Diego (VICSD) provides nationwide research consulting and locally provides an outpatient imaging specialty service as an extension of the general practice to veterinary hospitals. VICSD stands at the forefront of veterinary radiology practice and research, specializing in Veterinary Ultrasound, CT, MRI, Nuclear Medicine, Feline I-131 (Radioiodine) Therapy, and Veterinary Teleradiology. VICSD’s commitment to achieve what others have deemed unachievable is core to VICSD’s belief as a progressive veterinary radiology facility in the US. For more information, please visit www.vicsd.com and www.veterinaryimagingconsultants.com
Built for innovation in specialty veterinary medicine, the Vetology software platform and customer service team are the bridge between veterinary specialists and veterinary clinics around the globe. Prior to Vetology this essential bridge did not exist. Vetology’s data distribution system delivers veterinary information to and from the specialist in an easy-to-use, web-based link interface. Vetology’s business is built by forward-thinking professionals who see the benefits of an Amazon type innovation company in the veterinary world. For more information, please visit www.vetology.net.
DSMC’s parent company, Decision Sciences International Corporation, is a technology company headquartered in California, that brings together cutting edge science, hardware and software development, systems integration and manufacturing to improve the safety and security of the global community. Based on revolutionary and disruptive technology originally invented by physicists at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, the commercially available Multi-Mode Passive Detection System (MMPDS) was then developed with considerable private sector investment and expertise. The MMPDS is a totally passive, safe, effective and automated scanning system for quickly detecting, locating and identifying unshielded to heavily shielded radiological and nuclear threats as well as explosives and other contraband and anomalies. Moreover, without slowing down the flow of commerce, the MMPDS uniquely satisfies the 100% scanning requirement recommended by the U.S. 9/11 Commission and later enacted into law by the U.S. Congress. The core technology inherent in the MMPDS also has wide ranging applications beyond the security arena, including in the medical, mining, energy and manufacturing industries and can facilitate the efficient collection and aggregation of significant amounts of previously unavailable data.