Dr. Chorom Pak (Founder/President) received her PhD in Pharmacology from UW-Madison and is co-inventor of MicroC3. Dr. Pak has over 8 years of experience in multiple myeloma research and has worked in collaboration with Prof. David Beebe’s lab for over 7 years to develop microfluidic platforms, with five patents in these fields.
Prof. David Beebe, PhD (Advisor) is Professor of Biomedical Engineering at UW-Madison and is a pioneer in the field of microfluidics with over 150 publications in peer-reviewed journals. He is co-inventor of MicroC3 and has participated in the foundation of multiple high-tech startup companies, including Salus Discovery, LLC, and Tasso, Inc.
Prof. Edmond Young, PhD (Advisor) is Assistant Professor of Mechanical/Industrial Engineering at University of Toronto. He has nearly 25 publications in microfluidics and is co-inventor of MicroC3.
Dr. Theodorus de Groot (Lead Engineer) received his PhD in Biomedical Engineering from UW-Madison, his M.Eng. from Cornell University, and has over 6 years of experience with microfluidic device development, prototyping, and GMP/ISO manufacturing.