The researchers and clinicians at Wake Forest University and Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center are leaders in the development and application of innovative technologies, services, clinical applications and research. We’ve led the way in lab-based, preclinical and human trials in women’s health, cancer research, medical device development and diabetes and obesity research and continue to do so with new discoveries and innovations. Discover innovation. Learn more about the newest clinical, research and technology innovations happening at Wake Forest:
Innovative Technologies and Breakthroughs at Wake Forest
Using Nanoparticle-induced Hyperthermia to Improve Cancer Treatment
Nanoparticle-induced hyperthermia delivers chemotherapeutic for abdominal cancer treatment quicker and with less damage to surrounding tissue. Read more.
Using Vibration to Produce Advanced Organic Thin-film Transistors
Wake Forest researchers have developed a low-cost, versatile method for making organic thin-film transistors which shows promise for use in the electronics industry. Read more.
Pursuing an Improved Whooping Cough Vaccine
Wake Forest scientist Raj Deora, PhD, works to perfect a better and safer vaccine against whooping cough amid outbreak of cases in the U.S. and worldwide. Read more.
A Simple Solution for a Complex Problem
New startup Causa Research harnesses powerful motivators to help patients take their medications and have better treatment outcomes. Read more.
Immunotherapeutics Holds New Hope for Triple Negative Breast Cancer
New research from Lance Miller, PhD, is leading the way in showing how immunotherapeutics may be able to help triple negative breast cancer patients. Read more.
The Future of Power Is Fabric
Wake Forest Inventor, David Carroll, PhD, has come up with a new technology called PowerFelt, that actually converts body heat into usable energy to power cell phones and other devices. Read more.
Helping Brain Injury Patients
Drs. Sam Deadwyler and Robert Hampson are developing a new electronic prosthetic device that may help restore the brain’s ability to make decisions after being damaged. Read more.