The College of Health Professions was well represented at the semi finals of the 2016 Innovation Challenge on January 26. Projects that made it to the next phase will be presenting later this month.
Matt Confeld (Pharm.D. Student), Prajakta Kulkarni (PharmSci Grad Student), and Dr. Sanku Mallik (project adviser) designed the Opti-M3D. A 3-D printed perfusion bioreactor designed to personalize cancer treatments.
This project is now a finalist in the Innovation Challenge.
Petra Reyna One Hawk, MPH student, competed in the semifinals in the Social division with her Buffalo Stew MRE.
One Hawk's project also made it to the finals.
Other semifinalists include: Pharm. D. student Lydia Lowe's presentation on Smart Insurance, and Mason Magle, Pharm.D. student, and Eric Krall, Ph.D. Coatings and Polymers, product innovation Lido-Socks