Scott McKinney ’21, Chief Information Officer and Software Engineer of Student Start-Up

April 5, 2021

Congratulations to WetWare BioSystems, an early-stage biotechnology firm started by University of Rochester students who are developing a device that allows for the automated treatment of brain injury within the critical “Golden Hour” after a traumatic event.

The students include CEO Bradley Smith ’20 E5 ’21 of neuroscience, who is a Grand Challenges Scholar; chief technology officer Nicholas Drogo ’19 of biomedical engineering; chief information officer Scott McKinney ’21 of computer science; chief operating officer Andrew Kaseman ’21, a biology and business major; and client manager Jacob Back ’21, a physics major. 

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