E-TATTOO – Daniel Sanchez, Ph.D. student, in the lab of Nanshu Lu, associate professor, UT Austin Cockrell School of Engineering, presented its smart e-tattoo blood pressure monitor. They are working with Joshua Chang, department of neurology and population health, Dell Medical School, to bring the device to market. It’s a tattoo-like sensor for continuous blood pressure monitor. It’s a disposable device that works for up to seven days monitoring a person’s heart rate. They have two patent applications and a proof of concept prototype. They plan to enter clinical trials and then to the FDA for approval and the commercial market.