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Medgadget is an independent publication edited and published by a group of MDs and biomed engineers.



Justin Barad, M.D. (Los Angeles, CA)

Dan Buckland, Ph.D. (Boston, MA)

Janelle Chang, B.A., B.E., M.S. (San Francisco, CA)

Gavin Corley, B.Eng, Ph.D. (Galway, Ireland)

Stanley Darma, M.D. (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

Sean Duffy, B.S. (Boston, MA)

Shiv Gaglani, M.D. Candidate (Baltimore, MD)

Nicholas Genes, M.D., Ph.D. (New York, NY)

Yona Gidalevitz (Chicago, IL)

Scott Jung, B.S. (San Francisco, CA)

Gaurav Krishnamurthy, Ph.D. (SF Bay Area, CA)

Kapa Lenkov, Ph.D. (Silicon Valley, CA)

Gene Ostrovsky, B.S. (New York, NY)

Ravi Parikh, M.D. Candidate (Boston, MA)

Smit Shah, B.S. (Livingston, NJ)

Ronney Shantouf, M.D. (Los Angeles, CA)

Jan Sinnige, M.D. (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

Wouter Stomp, M.D. (Leiden, The Netherlands)

Josh Umbehr, M.D. (Shawnee, Kansas)



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The Los Angeles Times (06/06/2005): The doctor is logged in (archived pdf file)


The Oakland Tribune (05/01/2006): Med blogs give professionals new way to reach out to patients (archived pdf file)


Planet Internet (The Netherlands) (10/09/2006): MedGadget: de medische revolutie geblogd


Faculty development page at Boston University Medical School: “Motivate your students with the newly developed medical gadgets presented in Medgadget.”


ACOG Today (the official newsletter of The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists): Entering the world of medical blogs (.pdf file)


The Arizona Republic (Jun. 5, 2007): Homebound health gear


KTV News (Kuwait) (June 2007):


Ziff Davis’ DL.TV: Website of the Week :: September 27, 2007 episode

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British Medical Journal: Who are the doctor bloggers and what do they want? Coombes BMJ.2007; 335: 644-645 (archived pdf file)


Silicon Valley / San Jose Business Journal: Docs try Med 2.0


The Los Angeles Times (August 4, 2008): Medical blogs for doctors and patients alike


Advertising Age (June 01, 2009): Need to Check Your Cholesterol? There Will Be an App for Thattrlogo s About Us


Technology Review (auf Deutsch) (February 05, 2010): Alles da


Fox News (December 23, 2010): Best Health Blogs of 2010:

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“For all you techies out there, Medgadget is your blog to find out about the latest in medical technology. This hugely popular blog provides the latest in the medical tech world both on and off the Internet.
With pictures, video and info about everything from state of the art surgical robots to apps on your smart phone, you won’t be left in the dark about anything in what they call the “medical revolution.”

The website is written, edited and published by a group of doctors and bio-med engineers, so you know the information you are getting is high quality and correct.”


RT TV-Novosti (Russia) (April 15, 2013): Smart phones revolutionizing the medical field

Business Wire (April 15, 2013): Top Medical Students, In Partnership with Nurture® by Steelcase, Medgadget and TEDMED Shakeup The Concept of Patient Checkups (press release)

abc About UsMLive (April 18, 2013): Dr. iPhone? Smartphones perform medical checkups in program displayed by Steelcase’s Nurture at TEDMED

ABC News (April 18, 2013): Can a Smartphone Do What Your Doctor Does?

Huffington Post (April 24, 2013): Smartphone Physical: Why Mobile Health Empowers Patients

Intel Corporation (October 10, 2013):



Associated Press (May 2, 2013): Physical by smartphone becoming real possibility