Shulman Rogers’ client, NanoBioFAB, based in Frederick, MD was recently featured in a BioBuzz article highlighting the ways the company is improving training for medical and nursing students nationwide by creating nanosensors that, when added to medical mannequins, can provide feedback to students.
The development of nanosensors was born from the need for individualized health feedback. Placed strategically on mannequins, some of the sensors measure pressure, and can tell students whether they’re pressing too hard on the mannequin’s stomach or chest.
Shulman Rogers’ Business and Financial Services attorney, Felix Kushnir, is gratified to contribute to NanoBioFAB’s growth and success and is “especially gratified to work with a company that has the potential to change and improve so many lives.”
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