After a visit to the doctor, computer sciences student Flavia Oprea noticed that many diseases have “loss of balance” as a common symptom, which led her to a simple conclusion: early discovery and treatment of this symptom would allow us to avoid complications and maybe even disease altogether. Thus, she created ENTy, a simple device that helps doctors perform balance tests easily and comfortably, while also sending anonymous data that allow us to track diseases in various categories of people and discover them #aheadoftime
Meet a student with a knack for business development and innovative start-ups. Flavia Oprea leads team ENTy, an innovative med-tech start-up aiming to empower doctors to issue data-based assessments, while also increase accessibility to medical grade devices for doctors around the world.
In the ImagineCup international competition, Flavia took the stage and delivered a remarkable speech, blending tech elements with user experience and usability, and securing ENTy’s top position in one of the most prestigious youth tech competitions in the world.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx