The USA Today is reporting that Apple has acquired the personal health data start-up Gliimpse. According to the article, Gliimpse “takes a patient’s medical records and uses coding to produce a personalized, shareable electronic health record.”
Anil Sethi, DC B ’83, is the founder and CEO of Glimpse. Sethi has been involved with many health start-ups, is a past systems engineer at Apple Computer, and earned his bachelor’s in biomedical engineering from the Catholic University of America.
There are several alumni gatherings of Tau Beta Pi members scheduled to take place in the coming weeks. You can find the calendar with a list of all events here. A reminder that these events are open to all Tau Bate (alumni and student) from any chapter, unless otherwise stated. Find details below on upcoming events. Also, the Association is proud to announce the reactivation of the Richmond Virginia Alumni Chapter. Click here for a list of contacts for all active TBP Alumni Chapters.
Sacramento, California – Wednesday, August 24 (brewery/ quiz night social)
New York City, New York – Saturday, August 27 (picnic social)
St. Pete Beach, Florida – Tuesday, August 30 (networking/ social dinner)
Del Mar, California – Saturday, September 17 (community service)
Ames, Iowa – Monday, September 19 (career fair reception)
Virtru, an email and file encryption application, has announced that it has grown to more than 4,000 customers and closed on $29 million in Series A funding. Virtru was launched in 2014, co-founded by brothers John and Will R. Ackerly, IN B ’04. Will was previously a cloud security engineer with the NSA and earned his bachelor’s degree in engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology (IN).
Read the article from TechCrunch for more details on the company’s security services and goal to be “simple enough for anyone to understand.”