A patented vacuum accessory mount that allows use on aluminum-bodied vehicles without damaging the roof or any interior or external elements.
As the CEO and Co-Founder of Clingfish Products, Tasneen Bowe is responsible for running all facets of the business. Tasneen has a proven executive management track record and over 10 years of experience driving sales, strategy, and marketing strategies in the real estate, retail, and technology industries. She serves on the board of directors for The Women’s Council of Washtenaw County. In addition, Ms. Bowe earned a BA in Marketing from Eastern Michigan University and a Certified Associates in Project Management accreditation.
MySwimPro is the #1 fitness application for swimmers around the world. The mobile application for iPhone and Android delivers personalized swim workouts, instructional video content and detailed analytics so swimmers can improve their performance and health. Apple named MySwimPro the Best Watch App of 2016 and the company has been featured on the home page of the App store and in Sports Illustrated and numerous international sports-technology publications.
Fares is the Co-Founder and CEO of MySwimPro. A fitness application that helps swimmers achieve their goals. He is a former collegiate swimmer, U.S. Masters swimming national champion and American Swim Coaches Association Fellow. The company has received international accolades by Apple and has been featured in Sports Illustrated and on the home page of the App Store. Without further delay, I'd like to introduce you to Fares of MySwimPro.
Melius Outcomes (TM)
Melius Outcomes™ is a cloud-based software/services solution for hospital clinicians to reduce costs and improve patient outcomes. Using a hospital’s existing electronic health records (EHR) system, Melius identifies point-of-care quality issues and then provides evidence-based recommendations and training videos to correct them.
AkkeNeel Talsma is the Founder and CEO of Melius Outcomes. Dr. Talsma led the development of a prototype data methodology from initial concept to a 25-hospital pilot demonstrating significantly improved surgical patient outcomes. She has over 20 years of clinical performance improvement expertise and is a noted international speaker on quality and safety. Dr. Talsma completed her graduate nursing education from the University of Michigan.
Ripple is a HIPAA-compliant web-based tool that facilitates the recruitment and management of research participants for clinical studies.
Research participant under-enrollment is an endemic problem in the life sciences, with over 70% of clinical trials not meeting their recruitment targets. In fact, participant under-enrollment is the #1 reason why clinical trials fail. Our solution is Ripple, a HIPAA-compliant web-based tool that facilitates the recruitment and management of research participants. Ripple provides teams with new marketing skills via an innovative campaign creation and management tool, more time via extensive marketing automation tools, and better insight into their performance through smart regional analytics. Ripple accelerates the entire research lifecycle by increasing the recruitment and retention of research participants.
Dr. Nestor Lopez-Duran is an Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Michigan. He conducts clinical translational research on the development of mood disorders in children and adolescents. He is also an entrepreneur and the co-founder of Ripple, a HIPAA-compliant web-based that facilitates the recruitment and management of research participants for clinical studies. Under his direction, Ripple evolved from a simple idea to a comprehensive cloud utility that transformed the process of research participant recruitment. In his spare time, Dr. Lopez-Duran is an avid sailor who plans to one day circumnavigate the globe.
Parabricks provides accelerated 'data-to-insight' DNA analysis in one hour, which enables hospitals and clinics to provide targeted, life-saving, patient-specific treatments.
Parabricks provides access to personalized medicine for each and every patient. It accelerates data to insight for DNA analysis in one hour instead of days, which enables hospitals and clinics to provide patient-specific medicine and care. Their software runs on the cloud and is positioned to meet the phenomenal challenges of personalized medicine. It was founded by researchers in the Dept. of Computer Engineering at the University of Michigan and is based in Ann Arbor.
Mehrzad Samadi, Ph.D. University of Michigan, is the CEO of Parabricks. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Michigan in 2014. He has pioneered several technologies to accelerate software by orders of magnitude. His work has been recognized by more 20 conference and journal papers. He has received numerous awards, including the Young Innovator Award, the I-Corps top team award, the Towner prize, and the MICRO Best Paper Award. He has also worked as a researcher at Microsoft research.
Software that enables lawyers to profitably provide more affordable legal services to more clients at lower costs.
Brightable helps teams work together on anything, from anywhere. The cloud-based platform visually organizes and prioritizes shared content and related conversations, so you can see everything you’re working on and what needs to be done next. Brightable doesn't make the work easier, but it does make working easier.
TrueJob has built a site that asks smart questions that let job candidates and recruiters get to know each other better and applies matching technology to reduce effort and speed the recruiting process. TrueJob changes how you find your next job.
LegalEase Solutions provides law firms and corporate legal departments with customized legal research, compliance and litigation support through its LawStore, an e-commerce site for lawyers through which legal projects are procured, managed and delivered. LegalEase is based in Ann Arbor, MI and powered by its attorneys located globally.
Alchemie builds mobile games for higher education, beginning with a huge pain point: organic chemistry. By layering of multiple learning cues - kinesthetic, audio, and visual - into engaging game-play, students have a new method to make sense of the visual-spatial ideas at the core of understanding chemistry and science.