Advanced Tactile Imaging, Inc. is committed to pursuing innovations in women healthcare. We are working to address the needs in characterization of the diseased conditions and soft tissues in surgery, prediction of treatment outcome and treatment options. Our efforts are focused on development and validation of techniques that could potentially lead to safe and effective cure.
Ongoing research projects:
The main goal of this project is to develop a cost-effective device for detecting conditions leading to spontaneous preterm delivery to save children’s lives.
Functional Imaging of the Female Pelvic Floor
The objective of the study is to develop a new device for functional charaterization of the pelvic fllor and validate a presurgical predictive model in urogyencology.
Biomechanical Mapping Under Regular Load
The objective of the study is to identify new clinical markers for earlier detection and characterization of female pelvic floor disorders under regular physical load in military relative to a civilian cohort for the same age group.
Acknowledging Federal Funding:
Eunice Kennedy Shriver
National Institute of Child Health & Human Development (NICHD)
Department of Defence (U.S. Army Medical Research)