Working at Ripple is both challenging and rewarding, providing opportunities to advance both neuroscience research, and the application of that knowledge to help people with neurological disabilities and disorders through neuroprosthetic and neuromodulation devices. Ripple provides competitive salaries, opportunities to grow both your career and your skills, and a friendly and comfortable work environment.

Ripple is currently seeking talented individuals to fill the roles listed below. If you do not see a position that matches career goals, but you think you would still be a valuable addition to our team, please email a cover letter and CV or resume to jobs@rppl.com

Applications Engineer

Ripple is looking for an energetic, outgoing, and technically knowledgeable individual to fill the role of Applications Engineer.

Ripple is a leading company in the field of electrophysiology, neuroprosthetics, neuromodulation and brain-machine interfaces, providing solutions for both researchers and the clinical community. Ripple is a vertical company, starting with engineering and designing our systems and devices, to building, assembling and servicing all done in-house.

As Applications Engineer, you will be the face of Ripple, working individually with an array of researchers and labs working on a wide variety of applications related to neuroscience and medical treatment of neurological injury and disorder.

Essential Functions

  • Visiting labs and with researchers to understand their projects aims and requirements and working with them to custom-tailor systems to their needs.
  • Working with our lead research sales engineer to find potential customers that would benefit from our tools and technologies.
  • Collaborating with Research & Development to plan new products and devices for growing fields of research.
  • Working with our Director of Marketing in designing strategies to best get the attention of researchers and clinicians who would benefit most from our products.
  • Maintaining individual relationships with the researchers and clinicians using our products, working with them as their research evolves and grows.

Qualifications – Required

  • Master’s Degree (PhD preferred) in electrical or biomedical engineering or related fields with experience in bioinstrumentation, amplifiers and signal processing. Experience in electrophysiology and/or neuroscience is a plus.
  • Candidates with lower or unrelated degrees but with significant related professional experience will be considered.
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills, including technical writing skills
  • Able to travel 50% or more of the time
  • Highly motivated and self-sufficient

Reports to

Vice President of Business Development

Position Type and Expected Hours of Work

This is a regular Full Time Position. Normal days and hours of work are Monday through Friday. Some personal flexibility in hours is allowed, but the employee normally should be available during normal core work hours.

Travel

This position requires frequent travel, more than 50% of the time.

Eligibility Qualifications

Documents and eligibility to work in the US, as required by Form I-9 found at the USCIS.

EEO Statement 

Ripple is committed to equal employment opportunities, and does not discriminate on the basis of any protected class defined by the Equal Employment Opportunity laws.

Disability Statement 

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.

Other Duties

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

PT or FT Jr. Quality Specialist (Medical Device)

Essential Functions

  • Performs all work in compliance with company policy and within the guidelines of the Ripple Quality System.
  • Perform special projects and other tasks as assigned by the Quality Manager or VP of Engineering
  • Implement and maintain Quality Systems standards
  • Assist with the investigation, tracking and trending of NCMRs, CAPA’s, and customer complaints
  • Create change orders/Document Control processes
  • Incoming inspection 
  • Final device review and release
  • Perform internal audits
  • Ensure process compliance, as needed. Report on process compliance where appropriate
  • Assist in creation of Non-Conformance Reports for failing products
  • Review of Device History Records
  • Provides support to all aspects of the Quality System; provides assistance in other quality department duties and projects, as assigned

Qualifications

  • 2-5 years previous experience working in quality department, manufacturing, or laboratory at medical device company (direct quality experience preferred)
  • Strong interpersonal, organizational, and verbal and written communication skills and the ability to work effectively as a team member
  • Working knowledge of 21 CFR 820 (Quality Systems Medical Devices), ISO 13485, ISO 14791, and other medical device related standards
  • Proficiency in MS Word and Excel
  • Detail-oriented and organizational skills

Reports to

Quality Manager 

Position Type and Expected Hours of Work

This is likely a regular full time position. However, part time hours could be negotiated. Normal days and hours of work are Monday through Friday. Some personal flexibility in hours is allowed, but the employee normally should be available during normal core work hours.

Travel

No regular travel is expected. Occasional travel to conferences may be required. 

Eligibility Qualifications

Documents and eligibility to work in the US, as required by Form I-9 found at the USCIS.

EEO Statement 

Ripple is committed to equal employment opportunities, and does not discriminate on the basis of any protected class defined by the Equal Employment Opportunity laws.

Disability Statement 

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.

Other Duties

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice. 

Software Engineer

Essential Functions

Ripple creates life enhancing neurotechnology for research and medical applications. Our products integrate cutting-edge hardware and software elements designed to read and write the human nervous system. We are currently expanding our product offerings and looking for a new software developer to join our tight-knit team of experienced professionals. The successful candidate will excel in multi-disciplinary development environments, and have significant previous work experience demonstrating strong programming abilities and a track record of project ownership.

Responsibilities

  • Develop new graphical and non-graphical software (primarily in C++, python, and MATLAB) to provide programmatic and UI control of Ripple hardware devices
  • Maintain and improve existing software for Ripple’s current product line
  • Collaborate with electrical and mechanical engineering teams within Ripple during product development lifecycle to ensure successful design specification and project execution
  • Communicate directly with industry and academic partners to manage development needs on joint collaborations and custom projects 

Education and Experience

  • 5-10 years of C/C++ experience
    • Modern language standards (C++11 or later)
    • OS level programming (Linux, OSX, or Windows)
    • Low-level sockets programming for high-bandwidth network communication
    • Threading constructs and multi-threaded application development
    • QT framework for graphical applications
  • MATLAB and MEX
  • Python 3
  • Unit testing
  • UI/Integration testing
  • Familiarity with medical device software development standards (IEC 62304, ISO 13485, etc.)
  • Familiarity with electronic testing equipment (scopes, signal generators, etc.)

Attributes

  • positive outlook and collaborative team-oriented attitude
  • comfortable performing in a multi-project environment with changing priorities
  • willing to learn a variety of new technologies
  • interest in debugging and solving problems that span the software/hardware divide
  • willing to work with Ripple support team to discuss bugs and feature requests and plan development/release timeline
  • willing to work directly with customers to troubleshoot issues and gather feature requests 
  • willing to give and receive feedback on technical and professional performance

Reports to

Vice President of Business Development

Position Type and Expected Hours of Work

This is a regular Full Time Position. Normal days and hours of work are Monday through Friday. Some personal flexibility in hours is allowed, but the employee normally should be available during normal core work hours.

Travel

No regular travel is expected. Occasional travel to conferences may be required.

Eligibility Qualifications

Documents and eligibility to work in the US, as required by Form I-9 found at the USCIS.

EEO Statement 

Ripple is committed to equal employment opportunities, and does not discriminate on the basis of any protected class defined by the Equal Employment Opportunity laws.

Disability Statement 

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.

Other Duties

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice. 

Applications Scientist

Ripple is looking for an energetic, outgoing, and technically knowledgeable individual to fill the role of Applications Scientist.

Ripple is a leading company in the field of electrophysiology, neuroprosthetics, neuromodulation and brain-machine interfaces, providing solutions for both researchers and the clinical community. Ripple is a vertical company, starting with engineering and designing our systems and devices, to building, assembling and servicing all done in-house.

As Applications Scientist, you will be the face of Ripple, working individually with an array of researchers and labs working on a wide variety of applications related to neuroscience and medical treatment of neurological injury and disorder.

Essential Functions

  • Visiting labs and with researchers to understand their projects aims and requirements and working with them to custom-tailor systems to their needs.
  • Working with our lead research sales engineer to find potential customers that would benefit from our tools and technologies.
  • Collaborating with Research & Development to plan new products and devices for growing fields of research.
  • Working with our Director of Marketing in designing strategies to best get the attention of researchers and clinicians who would benefit most from our products.
  • Maintaining individual relationships with the researchers and clinicians using our products, working with them as their research evolves and grows.

Qualifications – Required

  • Master’s Degree (PhD preferred) in neuroscience, psychology or related fields with experience in neuroscience, cognitive psychology, or clinical research. Experience in electrophysiology and/or bioinstrumentation is a plus.
  • Candidates with lower or unrelated degrees but with significant related professional experience will be considered.
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills, including technical writing skills
  • Able to travel 50% or more of the time
  • Highly motivated and self-sufficient

Reports to

Vice President of Business Development

Position Type and Expected Hours of Work

This is a regular Full Time Position. Normal days and hours of work are Monday through Friday. Some personal flexibility in hours is allowed, but the employee normally should be available during normal core work hours.

Travel

This position requires frequent travel, more than 50% of the time.

Eligibility Qualifications

Documents and eligibility to work in the US, as required by Form I-9 found at the USCIS.

EEO Statement 

Ripple is committed to equal employment opportunities, and does not discriminate on the basis of any protected class defined by the Equal Employment Opportunity laws.

Disability Statement 

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.

Other Duties

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Leadership

Andrew Wilder, PhD

Chief Executive Officer

An owner of Ripple, Andrew is in his tenth year with the company. During his tenure Andrew has contributed in many roles from managing the software development team to leading sales, finance, operations, and business development efforts. As Chief Executive Officer, Andrew is focused on expanding Ripple’s portfolio of cutting edge neuro-technologies and growing these technologies into great companies that have a profound and lasting impact on the clinical neuro-therapeutic, and neuroscience research markets.

Andrew earned his Ph.D in Computer Science from the University of Utah. His research focused on developing a neuro-assistive device for people with spinal cord injury. As part of this effort he developed software systems to control functional electrical stimulation on hundreds of electrodes implanted in peripheral nerves. Andrew started at Ripple in 2009 as a software engineer developing applications for control of stimulation and real-time visualization of neural data. In his spare time Andrew cultivates his life-long passion for outdoor adventure.

Danny McDonnall, PhD

Chief Scientific Officer

As a founding member of Ripple, Daniel McDonnall has led the company’s neuroprosthetics research efforts since 2005. He has served as Principal Investigator on multiple research grants and contracts from NIH, DARPA, and DOD to develop advanced neural interface technologies. Dr. McDonnall has designed and conducted dozens of in vivo and clinical studies investigating tools for restoration of neuromuscular function for rare neurological conditions, including reanimation of muscles for facial paralysis patients. Serving as the President of Ripple from 2015 to 2018, he led Ripple’s role as a system integrator on the DARPA HAPTIX project to develop and test implantable medical devices to improve control of prosthetic arms and to restore touch and proprioception via selective stimulation of residual peripheral nerves. When he is not working on neural interfaces, Danny enjoys rafting whitewater rivers in Utah and singing Puccini arias with his cat, Bosephus.

Scott Hiatt, ME

Chief Technology Officer

Scott has developed many commercial mixed-signal systems for neural signal acquisition and stimulation, with particular emphasis on very low amplitude mixed-signal circuit design and hardware level programming. As Chief Technology Officer, Scott’s work is focused on fully implantable biopotential recording systems and next generation highly selective implantable stimulators to facilitate new research in bioelectric medicine, brain machine interfaces and basic neuroscience understanding. Scott completed his Master of Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering while working in the Center of Neural Engineering at the University of Utah under the direction of Professor Richard Normann developing stimulation hardware, firmware and drivers to explore reanimation of paralyzed limbs by selective simultaneous access to hundreds of microelectrodes.

Scott deployed as a Forward Observer for the Mortar Section of C. Co 4th Light Armored Reconnaissance in the United States Marine Corps for Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. He ended his military service in 2005 as a Sergeant in the Marine Corps Reserve. He and his wife Mieka have 5 children, and are all most happy exploring the National Parks.

Research & Development

Charla Howard, PhD

Clinical Research Scientist

Charla received her Biomedical Engineering PhD from Arizona State University under direction of Dr. James Abbas for her work in prosthetic gait analysis and outcome measure development conducted at Methodist Rehabilitation Center with Dr. Dobrivoje Stokic. She has a passion for prosthetics and helping amputees receive the best device for their needs; which drove her to also earn her prosthetic certificate. Charla’s strong clinical background provides the experience to move Ripple’s neuroscience research technology to clinical applications.

Alex Thiessen, PhD

Principal Materials Engineer

Alex received his Masters degree in Chemistry at the University of Cologne in Germany with a focus on organic light-emitting diode materials. He then moved on to investigate electro-optical properties of organic molecules and polymer chains on a single-molecule level at the University of Utah where he received his Ph.D. in Condensed Matter Physics. Alex is now driving the development of Ripple’s implantable printed flexible electrodes.

Robert Roundy, PhD

Senior Software Engineer

Robert received a PhD in theoretical physics from the University of Utah. His research was studying the dynamics of angular momentum in the charge carriers moving through organic semiconductors. He is currently the senior software engineer responsible for writing software for real-time data processing on Ripple neural interface devices.

William Talmadge, MS

R&D Software Engineer

William earned a master’s degree in physics from the University of Utah. There he applied optical spin manipulation methods to discover long lived spin dynamics in perovskites. William has a lifelong love of programming and extensive experience contributing software in R&D environments. William brings this background to advancing Ripple’s products. On weekends you might find him dancing Argentine Tango.

Steve Barrus, MS

R&D Engineer

Steve has a background in both Computer Science and Computer Engineering that gives him a unique ability to solve difficult engineering challenges with both hardware and software and to know when to use each solution. It also makes him well-suited to work in domains that require both disciplines, like firmware development, system design, and validation. Steve earned his MS in CS, BS in CS, and BS in CE from the University of Utah.

Brian Crofts, MSEE

R&D Engineer

Brian is an Electrical Engineer with broad experience including architecture/design, schematic capture, PCB layout, low-level firmware/software, and FPGA/HDL development. At Ripple, Brian has been applying his abilities to develop wirelessly powered and linked implantable recording and stimulation systems. Brian earned his MSEE degree at the Oregon Graduate Institute School of Science & Engineering (OHSU), and BSEE and BSCE degrees from the University of Utah.

Travis Poulson

R&D Engineer

Travis is an Electrical Engineer with 15 years of experience working in several industries. His broad background includes circuit board design, system architecture, embedded software, FPGA development and firmware. At Ripple, Travis has been engaged in several research and design projects including neural interface processors and front end headstages. He earned his BSEE degree from the University of Utah.

Jose Ortega

R&D Mechatronics Engineer

Jose received his Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, with an emphasis on Mechatronics, from the University of Utah. He has a broad experience in the medical device industry, including in the manufacturing, product design and project management fields. Jose has a deep passion for mechanical systems, industrial design and developing new technologies. He is currently working on the development of Ripple’s implantable printed Flexible Electrodes.

Nate Srok

Mechanical Designer

Nate is a primarily self-taught mechanical designer and artist who came to Ripple with 10+ years of highly varied product design experience. Past projects include large scale public art commissions, jewelry, furniture, sporting goods, decorative lighting, architectural accoutrements, production tooling, and custom automotive accessories.  Beyond design work, he has hands on experience in welding, fabrication, casting, manual machining, glass work, wood turning, and CNC machine operation.

John Harding

Mechanical Engineering Intern

John is pursuing his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Utah, focusing on robotic prosthetic devices. He has an affinity for CAD/CAM and applies his machining skills to the development of new and improved products for Ripple, where he works as a Mechanical Engineering Intern.

Marketing

Nafi Yaşar, PhD, MBA

Director of Marketing and Product Development

Nafi earned his PhD in Bioengineering from Rice University, working in the lab of Dr. Michael Beauchamp (now at Baylor College of Medicine) studying multisensory integration in human cortex. Highlighted projects included developing a multi-point somatosensory stimulator, and a transcranial magnetic stimulator (TMS), both of which could be used in an MRI environment. After graduating, Nafi worked at TDT for more than eight years, during which he earned an MBA at the University of Florida. At Ripple, Nafi is heading Ripple’s marketing efforts, as well as identifying and developing products that will best serve the neuroscience and clinical community.

Sales & Support

Jessi Mischel, PhD

Lead Research Sales Engineer

Jessi earned her Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. at University of Pittsburgh working with Dr. Aaron Batista to develop novel tools for studying sensorimotor integration and assessing the efficacy of new forms of providing feedback to prosthetic users. She has always had an affinity for hardware, which has served her well as the Lead Research Sales Engineer at Ripple for the last year and a half.

Jonathan Landes, PhD

Lead Research Support Engineer

Jonathan earned his Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. at Washington University in St. Louis working in the motor neurophysiology lab of Daniel Moran. His research focused on the design and implementation of algorithms for Brain-Computer Interfaces and he has a passion for applying signal processing and machine learning techniques to translate neural signals into the recovery of lost motor function.

Trent Evans

Sales & Fulfillment Specialist

Trent graduated with his BS in Biomedical Engineering (emphasis in Bioelectric/Neural Engineering) from the University of Utah. His senior research project was a functional connectivity analysis of a portion of macaque visual cortex in the Alessandra Angelucci lab. Trent began as an Intern at Ripple during his senior year of college and upon graduation was awarded a full-time position as Sales and Fulfillment Specialist.

Logistics & Administration

Lena Memmott

Personnel Manager and Projects Administrator

Lena started her academic career early, first matriculating at Shepherd University to study neuroscience at the age of 16, later transferring to the University of Utah where she investigated the Deese-Roediger-McDermott paradigm in combination with driving attention and memory spans in the Applied Cognition Lab. She graduated with a degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Cognition and Neural Science. Currently Lena serves as the lead administrator to prepare and manage federal research grants awarded to Ripple. In addition, Lena is responsible for multiple aspects of Ripple’s operations including human resources and marketing logistics.

Ginger Neil

Quality Manager

Ginger started her Medical Device career at Ortho Development in 1995 where she worked in the manufacturing cleanroom. She then shifted gears taking a job in quality assurance at Cyberkinetics in 2005. In 2008 she joined the team at Ripple, helping to develop the exceptional robustness and reliability that Ripple products now provide. Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her family, camping and hiking in the beautiful outdoors that Utah has to offer.

Laura Smith

Accounting Specialist

Laura received her Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. As an Air Force spouse for 21 years, she supported her husband as they traveled around the world. After countless volunteer positions in schools, hospitals, and non-profits, she settled into the accounting world. When not working as a part time accounting specialist at Ripple, she is in charge of bookkeeping for several non-profits. Laura and her family are avid outdoor people; most weekends they can be found hiking or skiing somewhere in the Wasatch Mountains.

Manufacturing

Scot Sheppick

Electronics Manufacturing Manager

Scot Sheppick has worked in various roles over the past 25 plus years for electronics companies such as Fluke and Beijer, working on an array of applications ranging from military research to human interface devices. As someone dedicated to making the world a better place, he enjoys working for Ripple because it gives him the chance to help improve quality of life in those with physical disabilities. He also loves the great outdoors and goes camping and fishing every chance he gets.

Amanda Langford

Purchasing & Supply Chain Manager

As the Purchasing & Supply Chain Manager, Amanda interacts directly with vendors, manages inventory and works with the Manufacturing & Sales Teams to fulfill customer orders. Amanda began at Ripple 3 years ago as a Manufacturing Technician and built on those skills progressing to her current position.

Amanda is most happy when doing something creative or exploring the outdoors with her 3-year-old daughter Maya.

Josef Avaud

Senior Electronics Technician

Josef Avaud earned a degree in electronics at College Technique De La Sagesse and a degree in Cooling and Heating at Byblos institute, Beirut Lebanon. As a technician Josef has a passion for troubleshooting and repairing electronic and electromechanical assemblies. Over the past 12 years he gained extensive technical ability and expertise in Human Machine Interface product working at Beijer and Micronet, before bringing that experience to Ripple.

Roy Hover

Electronics Technician

Roy Hover earned his bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the ITT Technical Institute. He has worked in electronics manufacturing for over 10 years, and is experienced in every facet of manufacturing, from assembly to final testing and trouble shooting. He joined Ripple earlier this year, and has already proven himself to be a dedicated and a detail-oriented technician.

Neural and Myoelectric Implants

Restoring a sense of touch and improving control of prosthetic hands through implantable devices

Overview

We're developing implantable electronic devices to provide advanced control of prosthetic hands and to restore sensations such as touch and finger position.

Press Release:

SALT LAKE CITY, February 9, 2015 – Ripple, a medical device company in Salt Lake City, is developing implantable electronic devices to provide advanced control of prosthetic hands and to restore sensations such as touch and finger position.

As part of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)’s Hand Proprioception and Touch Interfaces (HAPTIX) program, Ripple is building a myoelectric implant to detect EMG signals for control of the prosthesis, and an implantable neural stimulator to activate peripheral nerves for restoration of natural sensation.

These devices are planned for use in clinical tests in collaboration with academic research universities.

To accomplish these goals Ripple was chosen by DARPA for a prime HAPTIX contract as a system integrator, as a subcontractor in support of the University of Pittsburgh and Case Western Reserve University, and awarded a Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) grant.

Total project funding for Ripple in Phase I is $5.9 M with an option for subsequent funding to total $10.1 M. HAPTIX

Advanced prosthetic hands provide exquisite mechanical function, but fail to deliver on the promise of natural control. This is largely due to the absence of subtle sensory signals which provide the feedback necessary for graceful movement. The lack of sensory information from the robotic hand makes the prosthesis seem more like a foreign object than an extension of the body.

“A hand that cannot feel does not feel like a hand,” explains Dr. Daniel McDonnall, Director of Research at Ripple. Ripple’s myoelectric implant, known as the Myoelectric Implantable Recording Array (MIRA), comprises 32 electrodes that are implanted in an amputee’s forearm to detect EMG signals from residual muscles.

These electrodes connect to a central electronics package implanted subcutaneously which wirelessly sends signals to a receiver built into the prosthetic arm.

The technology was designed for high power coupling efficiency, demonstrated at 50% under nominal conditions. The 32-channel myoelectric implant provides high bandwidth telemetry at 10.2 Mb/s or greater, and is intended to provide simultaneous, multi-degree-of-freedom control of advanced prostheses. The MIRA has been under development for five years with ongoing support from the National Institutes of Health.

A second implantable system under development at Ripple, the Stimulating and Recording Array (SARA), comprises 64 electrodes which selectively stimulate sensory nerve fibers. As with the MIRA, the SARA electrodes connect to a subcutaneously implanted package which wirelessly receives commands and transmits recorded data. HAPTIX seeks to leverage recent advances in understanding the sensory neural code in order to restore naturalistic sensation.

Ripple will coordinate with researchers at the University of Utah, University of Pittsburgh, Case Western Reserve University, the Cleveland Clinic, and Nerves Inc. to conduct clinical trials evaluating performance of these systems in human subjects. Information gathered from these studies will provide support for Ripple’s submission to the Food and Drug Administration for clearance to provide this technology to patients across the nation.

“Our goal is to help people embody their prostheses as an extension of themselves, not only to reduce the challenge of the activities of daily living, but to restore a sense of self to these deserving patients,” says Dr. Daniel Merrill, Chief Clinical Scientist at Ripple.

Blink Prosthesis

Treating facial paralysis through functional electrical stimulation

Overview

We’re working to restore functional eye blink in patients with unilateral facial paralysis, by creating an implantable blink prosthesis that stimulates paralyzed eyelid muscles to close the eye.

Functional Details

Recording electrodes detect the timing of blink from the healthy eyelid, and then a signal is sent to turn on the stimulator to produce a bilaterally symmetric blink.

Future Outcomes

This innovation will provide a fundamental improvement in the treatment of facial paralysis. These improvements will apply to both the aesthetic and functional use of the paralyzed eyelid by preventing painful dry eye complications and facial disfiguration.

A prototype system has been developed; however, more testing is required before the device will be submitted to the FDA.

Funding

  • National Eye Institute
  • Concept to Company

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