Bringing Prenatal Care to Pregnant Women Living in Isolated Areas

27 March 2017

Ana Luisa Neves (final year PhD student) has won the 2nd prize in Imperial College’s flagship women entrepreneurship programme Althea-Imperial for her prototype finger prick test that brings prenatal care to pregnant women living in isolated areas. Ana’s team which included Andrea Rodriguez-Martinez (PhD student with CSM) pitched the idea for a single device to measure four health indicators for pregnant women, specifically designed to be used in remote and underdeveloped areas with minimal knowledge and training.

Read the full article online here.