COO/Co - Founder of Encapsulate
What Are Some of My Greatest Accomplishments?
|We have been awarded the "Technology in Space Award" by NASA, for $653,000.00 to implement our technology in the space station for space cancer researches.|
|University of Connecticut|
|Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering, 20'
B.Sc. in Biomedical Engineering, 14'
Master’s of Engineering in Global Entrepreneurship (Jan 2020-present)
Why Did I Join the MEGE Program?
|"I wanted to take my venture to the next level through expanding my network, forming lasting partnerships, and raising capital."|
What Does my Company Do?
|"Precision Diagnostics for Personalized Cancer Therapy"|
“I am excited to work on our partnership with Hartford Healthcare to investigate the feasibility and efficacy of our biochips using tumor biopsy samples that we receive from colon cancer patients undergoing colectomy! I am also looking forward to our partnership with the International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory where we’ll be able to leverage the microgravity environment on the ISSNL to advance our biochip technology and to further scale and grow Encapsulate”