Sean D. Smith, MSc
Sean spent the past 7 years working at top academic institutions and med-tech startups including SOLS, UCSF, Steadman Philippon Research Institute, and University of Denver. He graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a BSc Degree in Biomedical Engineering and University of Denver with a MSc Degree in Mechanical Engineering. He has co-authored 25 peer-reviewed articles in medical journals, developed and commercialized medical devices, and collaborated with top experts in orthopaedic surgery, sports medicine, trauma, physical therapy, and rehabilitation.
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