News & Events
Check out the latest from MobileODT’s media highlights, events, and accomplishments with our medical technologies.
MobileODT Recognized for Imaging Technology Innovation in 2022 MedTech Breakthrough Awards Program
Prestigious Annual Awards Program Recognizes Outstanding Health & Medical Technology Products and Companies
MobileODT Selected as UCSF 2021 Health Awards Finalist
MobileODT is proud to announce that we are Finalist in the Hospital Diagnostics category for a UCSF 2021 Health Award.
Israeli FemTech Company MobileODT, Engaged in Large Scale Government Cervical Cancer Screening Project.
Israeli Digital Health FemTech company that is producing the latest innovation in cervical cancer screening
FemTech Company MobileODT awarded prestigious National Cancer Institute (NCI) SBIR grant of $2.3 million
FemTech company producing the latest digital innovation in cervical screening
MobileODT completed $4 million series round C
The round will support the development of AI cervical cancer screening device MobileODT, the developer of the EVA System for cervical cancer screening, announced the completion of a $4 million series C fundraising round. The round will enable MobileODT to further...
MobileODT completes second institutional financing
MobileODT is pleased to announce it has successfully completed its second round of institutional financing. The announcement comes shortly before the launch of its AI-based cervical cancer screening test, VisualPap. OrbiMed Israel Advisors led the round, with Tara...
MobileODT Receives Innovative Technology Contract from Vizient for the EVA System
MobileODT announces its EVA (Enhanced Visual Assessment) System has received an Innovative Technology contract from Vizient, Inc
Beyond the pap smear: What women need to know about preventing cervical cancer
THE NEWS MINUTE (July 29, 2019) When Dr Malika Samuel embarked on a long-term study across six centres of Apollo Hospitals in Chennai, to research the incidence of cervical cancer among women in the region, she came upon an interesting finding: Doctors were able to...
Women’s Health Advocate Cherissa Jackson Joins MobileODT as Expert Advisor
June 25, 2019 TEL AVIV, Israel--MobileODT announced today that Cherissa Jackson will join its team as an expert advisor. A longtime champion in the fight against cervical cancer, Cherissa Jackson is a passionate author and motivational speaker, retired Air Force...
MobileODT launches EVA WELL for general gynecology in the USA
Tel Aviv, May 3, 2019: EVA WELL, the latest brand in MobileODT’s range of women’s health visualization solutions, was launched today at the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) annual conference in Nashville, TN. Designed for general gynecology,...
MobileODT’s CDS algorithm shows impressive results in first real-time application of AVE for cervical cancer screening
The first prospective pilot into artificial intelligence for point-of-care visual cervical cancer detection
6 innovations from Future Healthcare 2019
MEDICAL NEWS TODAY (March 22, 2019) During the 2019 Future Healthcare event in London, MobileODT was honored to present the EVA System during the Health Innovations Theatre. From over 350 brands that attended, MobileODT was featured in Medical News Today as one of the...
Spotlight: AI in medical technology
VOX MEDIA UK (March 4, 2019) This podcast, featuring MobileODT CEO Ariel Beery, looks at the integration and development of artificial intelligence (AI) into medical technologies, or as the sector is commonly referred to: Medtech. Countries today are racing to be the...
EVA WELL featured in the Journal of Polish Aesthetics and Reconstructive Gynecological Society
The January 2019 publication of the Journal of Polish Aesthetics and Reconstructive
First clinic dedicated to sexual assault forensic exams opens in Middle Tennessee
News Channel 5, Nashville (February 4, 2019) When it comes to sexual assault in our country, the statistics are startling. One in four women will be sexually assaulted at least once in her lifetime and for men, it's one in six. But 63 percent of sexual assaults are...