Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Engineering World Health Presents Low-Cost HIV Monitoring System at TEDxUCSD
Last weekend at the TEDxUCSD event, Co-President Yajur Maker and Mechanical Lead Alan Loi of the Engineering World Health Organization presented their Low-Cost HIV Monitoring System. The organization composed of 30+ students focuses on building low cost medical devices for low resource settings, and has currently partnered with the Health Frontiers Clinic to deliver their low-cost Centrifuge, PCR Thermocycler, and Gel Electrophoresis Box to help with monitoring the growing HIV Epidemic in Tijuana.
To learn more about the organization visit: ewh.ucsd.edu