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Three TI:GER teams won acceptance to present at Georgia Bio’s Innovation Summit, Georgia’s premier bioscience and medtech conference.

Three TI:GER teams won acceptance to present at Georgia Bio’s Innovation Summit, Georgia’s premier bioscience and medtech conference.

The teams gave crisp oral presentations of their technology and commercialization plans to improve health outcomes across the country.

The plans included:

  • Oculus Prime: a new treatment to prevent Glaucoma, presented by Brandon Gerberich (Ph.D.)

  • Rikarray: a new hearing technology that enables severely deaf individuals to hear with greater clarity and even enjoy music, presented by Sagarika Mukesh (Ph.D.), Daniel Tan (J.D.), and Raymond Tran (J.D.)

  • Lunula: an image-based technology designed to use one’s smartphone camera to photograph a fingernail and diagnose anemia, eliminating the need for frequent blood tests, presented by Robert Mannino (Ph.D.), Prateek Mittal (MBA), and Anna McDermott (MBA)

The Georgia Bio Innovation Summit is in its 15th year of operating as Georgia’s must-attend bioscience conference. The summit hosts industry thought leaders, CEOs, senior executives, scientists, public policy officials, and esteemed students to take part in a discussion about the future of the bioscience and medical device industry.

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