PPE

  • Vanderbilt University

    Researchers test and validate platform for potential PPE tracking across U.S. hospitals

    A multidisciplinary team that includes a Vanderbilt computer science professor has established the foundation for an automated, up-to-date assessment of personal protective equipment across U.S. hospitals—work that got its start before the COVID-19 pandemic but took on greater urgency. Significantly, the team developed a secure, third-party system to operate independent… Read More

    Feb. 25, 2022

  • Vanderbilt University

    Alumnus-founded GreenLight Medical expands to answer COVID-related needs

    A multidisciplinary team that includes a Vanderbilt computer science professor has established the foundation for an automated, up-to-date assessment of personal protective equipment across U.S. hospitals—work that got its start before the COVID-19 pandemic but took on greater urgency. Significantly, the team developed a secure, third-party system to operate independent… Read More

    Nov. 30, 2020

  • Vanderbilt University

    Collaborative project from VU and VUMC improves intubation box safety for COVID-19 caregivers

    A multidisciplinary team that includes a Vanderbilt computer science professor has established the foundation for an automated, up-to-date assessment of personal protective equipment across U.S. hospitals—work that got its start before the COVID-19 pandemic but took on greater urgency. Significantly, the team developed a secure, third-party system to operate independent… Read More

    May. 12, 2020

  • Vanderbilt University

    Biophotonics researchers 3D print masks that accommodate filter changing

    A multidisciplinary team that includes a Vanderbilt computer science professor has established the foundation for an automated, up-to-date assessment of personal protective equipment across U.S. hospitals—work that got its start before the COVID-19 pandemic but took on greater urgency. Significantly, the team developed a secure, third-party system to operate independent… Read More

    Apr. 14, 2020

  • Vanderbilt University

    Engineering alum leads DENSO’s effort to donate face shields to Tennessee hospitals

    A multidisciplinary team that includes a Vanderbilt computer science professor has established the foundation for an automated, up-to-date assessment of personal protective equipment across U.S. hospitals—work that got its start before the COVID-19 pandemic but took on greater urgency. Significantly, the team developed a secure, third-party system to operate independent… Read More

    Apr. 13, 2020