DASI Simulations Awarded Technology Validation and Start-Up Grant

Columbus, Ohio — February 2, 2022DASI Simulations has been honored with one of just six grant from The Ohio Third Frontier Technology Validation and Start-up Fund. This prestigious fund provides grants to Ohio companies to help them advance, raise funds, and get innovative medical technologies to the marketplace faster.

DASI Simulations was founded in 2019 by Teri Sirset and Dr. Lakshmi Prasad Dasi, who is currently a Professor at Georgia Tech and Emory University. The two first met at the TCT conference in San Diego. At the time, Teri was working with silicon vessel modeling technology; Dr. Dasi was working as a professor of biomedical engineering and surgery at The Ohio State University. Teri’s silicon vessels of the heart and aortic system in tandem with Dr. Dasi’s technology was a perfect match with a real future for computational AI-based imaging for structural heart disease patients.

“We are incredibly honored to have been awarded this prestigious grant for the second time,” said Teri Sirset, MS, Co-founder, President, and CEO of DASI Simulations. “Structural heart patients across the nation will now have great access to our innovative technology with continued investments like this.”

About DASI Simulations’ Technology

DASI Simulations provides advanced artificial intelligence-driven computational predictive modeling that allows physicians and heart surgeons to predict and visualize the interaction between various heart implants and devices and a patient’s unique anatomy while freeing up their time from making time-consuming measurements. DASI Simulation’s fully automated AI-based measurements are highly accurate, repeatable, and reproducible while speeding up the workflow for heart teams to reach optimal decisions quicker.  


About DASI Simulations

Founded in 2019, DASI Simulations, based in Dublin, Ohio, performs advanced individualized computational predictive modeling for heart surgery candidates. The modeling is powered by artificial intelligence and computer vision to help heart surgeons better plan for the surgery and any potential complications, which leads to improved patient outcomes and reduced costs associated with structural heart disease surgeries. For more information, visit www.dasisim.com, email info@dasisim.com, or call (614) 453-9580.


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