Q&A With Holly Rockweiler, CEO and Co-Founder of Madorra

A former Stanford Biodesign Fellow and Fogarty Institute entrepreneur, 32-year-old Holly Rockweiler has already had remarkable accomplishments early in her career, fluently moving her startup to the next level.

Most notably, Holly has parlayed Madorra’s impressive study results into securing funding, including winning several pitching competitions, despite the chronically challenging medtech fundraising environment.

Spotlight: Ridhi Tariyal, Ferolyn Fellow

Each year, the caliber of professionals who participate in the Ferolyn Fellowship continues to impress us. Hailing from diverse parts of the healthcare spectrum, they all share an undeniable passion for the medtech industry, coupled with curiosity and the tenacity to solve large problems. In addition, it’s clear that they desire to be part of a community committed to not only accelerating their own career path,

New Fogarty Institute Company Lume Medical Developing a Large Bore Vascular Closure Device, a Key Benefit to Cardio Patients

When a cardiovascular intervention is called for, a less-invasive solution is always preferred – which is why percutaneous procedures, such as transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) and endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR) are on the rise.

But this trend hasn’t been without its drawbacks, as cardiologists and surgeons are now faced with the challenge of closing relatively large femoral access sites – ranging from three to eight millimeters in size – that are required to conduct these procedures.

EchoPixel Poised to Revolutionize the Operating Room of the Future

Among the hottest topics in healthcare is the “operating room of the future,” which is on the brink of transformation as new technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), voice recognition, digital technology and augmented reality are integrated.

And at the forefront is EchoPixel, a Fogarty Institute graduate that has created an interactive,

Julia Fox, Ferolyn Fellow

At the onset of her studies at Johns Hopkins University as a Biomedical Engineering student, Julia Fox knew she wanted her career path to be one that would make an impact on health and healthcare.

That devotion underscores a number of career moves she has made along the way, eventually bringing her to the Fogarty Institute as a Ferolyn Fellow,

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