Stewart has over 20 years in the medical device industry with heavy engineering experience in R&D, product development, and project management. With his leadership and direction we are sure to have a successful product.
Dr. DiAngelo is a distinguished member of the UTSHC faculty, spending the past 25 years researching Biomechanics in the BioRobotics Laboratory. During this time he has developed an advanced robotic testing platform used to evaluate a number of biomechanical properties - including braces! This is where it all started. Through extensive testing on this platform, we have been able to fabricate a novel spinal orthosis that not only distracts the spine, but enables movement!
Daniel began as an understudy to Dr. DiAngelo at the UTHSC Joint Biomedical Engineering Program in the Fall of 2016 with a focus in spinal bracing. Daniel has his Mechanical Engineering Degree and two years of Design Engineering/CAD experience prior to starting his graduate studies.
Chloe is also a student of Dr. DiAngelo and after receiving her Master's degree in Biomedical Engineering in the Spring of 2016, began work on a PhD. In addition to academics, Chloe brings many years of experience evaluating bracing and product development.