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BMES 2020 Virtual Meeting

January 11th-15th, 2021
Sixteen teams have been awarded a $5,000 Stage 1 grant. These funds will support the teams in conducting customer discovery research, advancing prototype development, and establishing their intellectual property portfolio as they move their projects out of the university lab and into the market.

National Science Foundation I-Corp

January 12th-February 17th, 2021
Grantees learn to identify valuable commercial opportunities that can emerge from academic research, gain skills in entrepreneurship through training, develop a mentor network of seasoned entrepreneurs, and receive $2,500 to fund their customer discovery process.

Meet the TrachTech Team

Stephen Hahn | Master’s of Biomedical Engineering from Tulane University 2021

Morgan Bohrer | Bachelor’s of Science and Engineering from Tulane University in Biomedical Engineering 2020

Alexandra Verne | Master’s of Applied Bioengineering from University of Washington 2021

Michael L’Ecuyer | Master’s of Biomedical Engineering from Tulane University 2021

Latest Prototype

Our latest and most efficient prototype is designed with a pitch of 10mm and two rotations of fins.