Four recent UNC graduates placed as finalists in the Collegiate Inventors Competition, held at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in Alexandria, Virginia. Chase DuBois, Jorge Martinez-Blat, John Pamplin, and Chris Roberts are 2014 UNC graduates in Applied Sciences with concentration in Biomedical Engineering. Their invention, the VoluMetric, is a device that ensures accuracy in drug dosing. BME congratulates these inventive graduates and wishes them well in the next phase of their careers!
For more information, please see UNC School of Medicine’s news article about the VoluMetric team.