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Welcome to Cerficient

We are proud to offer a novel cervical insufficiency diagnostic device for use in Arusha, Tanzania

From 6 students in the Biomedical Engineering Program at Cornell University traveling abroad to Arusha, Tanzania in the Summer of 2019 to 6 students from Arusha Technical College traveling to Cornell University in Ithaca, New York in the Fall Semester of 2019, this cross-collaboration resulted in new friendships, experiences, and observed medical challenges. Through a year long senior design effort for us, the Cornell Students, we have gone far in terms of the initial ideation phase, to the manufacturing and design phase to produce a cost-effective, accurate cervical insufficiency diagnostic device. Join us as we take your through our ideation and creation phases of our project!

We would like to thank EngagedCornell, Professor Chris Schaffer, Nozomi Nishimura, Meninsali, and the Professors of ATC for helping us on this journey!