Jordan Schermerhorn

Jordan is a bioengineer studying Global Health at Duke University, where her research focuses on product implementation in the Middle East and North Africa. Find her at and on Twitter at @jordanschermer.

Jordan Schermerhorn

Here’s a great idea: Interlocking mats turn shipping pallets into floors for refugee tents

March 17, 2015

You wouldn’t know it if you haven’t visited a refugee camp, but most of those white tents don’t have...

Jordan Schermerhorn

Using the Ebola Crisis to Inspire Design

November 10, 2014

It may seem implausible now, but someday the news crews will go home. The headlines in the West will...

Jordan Schermerhorn

What the saving lives at birth awards says about the state of maternal health technology design

August 3, 2014

By the Numbers each Year Four years and $50 million reveal clues about the state of technology design. In...

Jordan Schermerhorn

Three health technologies for the best Mother’s Day ever

May 11, 2014

There is no greater gift on Mother’s Day than ensuring that mother and child are both safe and healthy,...


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