During last semester’s University of Kentucky Venture Studio Entrepreneur Boot Camp, Team Vivify worked on a wearable biomedical device invented by Dr. Lumy Sawaki of Cardinal Hill Hospital that would help improve shoulder therapies for stroke patients. From left are Lauren Rinke, marketing and management; Laura Schoettmer, mechanical engineer; Chris Schildt, biomedical engineer, and Mariam Gorjian, team coach and Venture Studio’s commercialization specialist.
During last semester’s University of Kentucky Venture Studio Entrepreneur Boot Camp, Team Vivify worked on a wearable biomedical device invented by Dr. Lumy Sawaki of Cardinal Hill Hospital that would help improve shoulder therapies for stroke patients. From left are Lauren Rinke, marketing and management; Laura Schoettmer, mechanical engineer; Chris Schildt, biomedical engineer, and Mariam Gorjian, team coach and Venture Studio’s commercialization specialist. Photo provided
During last semester’s University of Kentucky Venture Studio Entrepreneur Boot Camp, Team Vivify worked on a wearable biomedical device invented by Dr. Lumy Sawaki of Cardinal Hill Hospital that would help improve shoulder therapies for stroke patients. From left are Lauren Rinke, marketing and management; Laura Schoettmer, mechanical engineer; Chris Schildt, biomedical engineer, and Mariam Gorjian, team coach and Venture Studio’s commercialization specialist. Photo provided

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