EarTrumpet has been tested against the conventional audiometry in a clinical study. Results are now published on journal Otolaryngology -- Head and Neck Surgery: "Automated Audiometry Using Apple iOS-Based Application Technology." You can download the article from here.
 
 
We are proud to announce launch of a new product, Endockscope. It is a full endoscope adapter system that would allow you to couple your endoscopes with iPhones (4/5).

This is a result of collaboration with a group of UC Irvine's physicians and researchers. You can purchase them through the product website at www.endockscope.com.
 
 
Praxis BioSciences has reached a milestone by moving beyond the incubation period at UCI's TechPortal space. This October, we have moved our R&D locations to Laguna Hills, CA
 
 
Dr. Brian Wong, M.D., Ph.D., co-founder of Praxis BioSciences Inc.  was awarded the 2013 Clinical Translational Scientist of the Year Award by The Institute for Clinical Translational Science (ICTS). Read more... 
 
 
Sinus illuminator technology being developed in collaboration with UC Irvine scientists has been featured in a story on Orange County Register. You can access the story here  (subscription may be required).
 
 
Praxis BioSciences' sinus imaging technology has been recently featured in the Interface, a quarterly magazine published by the Calit2@UCI. You can access the article on calit2 website or read the whole spring 2013 issue of Interface.
 
 
Praxis BioSciences, LLC has just expanded its R&D operation space to a UCI technology incubator space called TechPortal. TechPortal, a business technology incubator in the Calit2 Building at UCI, serves as a gateway to commercial viability for UCI-based startup companies. You can find more information about TechPortal here.
 
 
Demonstration of our costal cartilage graft cutter is highlighted in a research article published by our collaborators at UC Irvine. The results show that the costal cartilage slices appear very uniform and for using in head and neck reconstruction. The published article is freely available for the public via Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery.