Sira Medical is honored to be named a finalist by the UCSF Digital Health Awards as the Most Promising Company With UCSF DNA.
Meet the Duo Researching the Application of Augmented Reality Technology for Improved Patient Care and Radiology Education
https://radiology.ucsf.edu/blog/meet-duo-researching-application-augmented-reality-technology-improved-patient-care-and During surgical planning conference, Jesse Courtier, MD noticed a recurring challenge – surgeons often have difficulty translating radiology...
We are thrilled to be part of the latest cohort at 500 Startups. Demo day was entirely digital. Check out our two-minute pitch:
Sira Medical has been invited into NVIDIA’s Inception Program – the company’s startup accelerator. We’re looking forward to tapping their expertise as we build out our machine learning capabilities.
Following TechCrunch’s coverage of 500 Startups’ 25th batch (and numbers 24, 23, 22, and 21, in case you wanted to go back in time), today we’re saying hello to the accelerator’s 26th cohort. 500 Startups, in case you weren’t aware, is a seed-stage accelerator and a collection of venture funds.
Sira Medical has been selected by Microsoft for its Microsoft for Startups program. The program helps innovative new companies to leverage the Microsoft cloud marketplace, enterprise sales team, and rapidly growing partner ecosystem.
Measurements of AR holograms match gold standard using the RadHA app!
Sira Medical is now part of the Microsoft Mixed Reality Partner program. This affiliation will provide Sira Medical access to the extensive partner network and the latest software developments in Mixed Reality.
Read Founder Dr. Jesse Courtier’s recent 3DHEALS Post on the special considerations for Augmented Reality in Medical Imaging
Great article by UCSF MSBI Masters graduate Frank Chang on his work with Founder Dr. Jesse Courtier evaluating accuracy of MRI in Augmented Reality #RadHAapp