Jeremy Koehler, Director of Engineering with NXT Biomedical, will talk with SIPP students about Origins of Innovation. The discussion will be hosted and moderated by Duke Engineering master's students. For more information about this event, reach out to Carey Rudell, Assistant Director for Professional Development with Pratt's Graduate Student Programs and Services.
Jeremy Koehler is the Director of Engineering with NXT Biomedical. Previously, Jeremy was with Prescient Surgical for 7 1/2 years, where he was Director of R&D and a Senior Engineer. He was a Biodesign Innovation Fellow with Stanford University and an Innovation Fellow with the Innovatrium, an innovation consulting firm. He has a master's degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Michigan and a bachelor's in mechanical engineering from Purdue.
Duke Engineering's Summer Industry Project Program (SIPP) is an eight-week virtual program with benefits for master's students and project partners. Project sponsors range from startups to large tech companies to public agencies. Learn more about SIPP here: https://pratt.duke.edu/about/news/saving-summer-internship