MIT Postdoc Wins Gold at Inventors Competition for Rapid Medicine Delivery System to GI Tract

MIT Postdoc Wins Gold at Inventors Competition for Rapid Medicine Delivery System to GI Tract
Carl Schoellhammer, a postdoc at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, won the 2016 Graduate Gold Medal for his SuonoCalm invention, which enables the rapid delivery of medicine through the gastrointestinal tract for people with GI disorders, such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Schoellhammer developed the hand-held SuonoCalm device for at-home use for patients as a PhD student while under the supervision of Prof. Daniel Blankschtein and MIT Koch Institute for Cancer Research Prof. Robert Langer. The Collegiate Inventors Competition was founded in 1990 as part of the National Inventors Hall of Fame to recognize and rew
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