The Problem

The financial burden of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary disease is Too High. Patients have a 30-day readmission rate of 24%.

Our Solution

Our solution is the world's first wearable multimodal physiological sensing system. Our technology addresses the data gap to reduce hospitalization cost and readmission rates.

Technology

Our wearable solution creates a portfolio of physiological parameters that allow for a comprehensive cardiopulmonary assessment to be used for early symptom identification and treatment.

 

Our Story

Meet the Founders

LASARRUS is founded by four brothers with over 50 years of cumulative professional experience, with each bringing a unique value to the success of the company. 

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Lloyd Emokpae, PhD.
CEO & CTO

Roland Emokpae, Jr., MD.,
Chief Medical Officer

Nelson Emokpae, DPT.
Chief Customer Officer

Edward Emokpae, Esq.
Chief Legal Officer

Meet the Team

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Kendra Emokpae
Administrative Officer

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Iman Carr
Design Strategist

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Abha Patil
Business Lead Consultant

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Ese Bowry
Software Engineer

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Wassila Lalouani, PhD.
UMBC Researcher, 
AI/ML Expert

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Jaeed Bin Saif
UMBC Researcher, Electrical Engineer

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Muntasir Mahmud
UMBC Researcher, Electrical Engineer

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Ulysse Worsfold
Software UI/UX Intern

Meet the Advisors

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Robert Joyner, Jr., PhD, RRT
Pulmonary Expert

David Maltz
Digital Medtech Advisor

Mark Komisky
Director, Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures

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Mohamed Younis, PhD.
UMBC, Professor

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Arshan Dabirsiaghi
Software Security Expert

 

2018 Intel Design Contest Winners

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Intel FPGA Innovation Day

"A master class in FPGA-inspired technology innovation."

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Awards & Funding Acknowledgments

 
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Publications & Patents

  1. Lloyd E. Emokpae, Roland N. Emokpae Jr., Ese Bowry, Jaeed Bin Saif, Muntasir Mahmud, Wassila Lalouani, Mohamed Younis, and Robert L. Joyner Jr. , "A wearable multi-modal acoustic system for breathing analysis", The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 151, 1033-1038 (2022) https://doi.org/10.1121/10.0009487
     

  2. L. E. Emokpae, R. N. Emokpae, W. Lalouani and M. Younis, "Smart Multimodal Telehealth-IoT System for COVID-19 Patients," in IEEE Pervasive Computing, vol. 20, no. 2, pp. 73-80, 1 April-June 2021, doi: 10.1109/MPRV.2021.3068183.
     

  3. W. Lalouani, M. Younis, I. White-Gittens, R. N. Emokpae, L. E. Emokpae, "Energy-efficient collection of wearable sensor data through predictive sampling," Smart Health, Volume 21, 2021, 100208, ISSN 2352-6483, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.smhl.2021.100208.
     

  4. M. Younis, W. Lalouani, N. Lasla, L. Emokpae and M. Abdallah, "Blockchain-Enabled and Data-Driven Smart Healthcare Solution for Secure and Privacy-Preserving Data Access," in IEEE Systems Journal, 2021, doi: 10.1109/JSYST.2021.3092519.
     

  5. L. Emokpae, A Body Area Sensor Network Bio-feedback System, U.S. Patent Application No. 16/861,824, Filed, December 2019.
     

  6. L. Emokpae, Flex Force Smart Glove, U.S. Patent Award No. US10890970B2, Issued on January, 2021.

 
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