On Same Night, ClearMask Takes Home $40K from Johns Hopkins and Gallaudet University
Over the past few months, ClearMask has been a part of the Johns Hopkins Social Innovation Lab and the Village Capital program at Gallaudet University. On Tuesday night, both programs held their finale pitch event where participant teams gave pitches and shared their work with the public.
At the end of the evening, ClearMask was selected to receive the Johns Hopkins Social Innovation Lab's cohort prize of $25,000 and also placed first in the Village Capital pitch competition at Gallaudet, bringing home a total of $40,500 for the company.
ClearMask in the News
This startup is bringing a human face to surgical masks (Technically Baltimore)
The new (fully visible) face of surgery: Hopkins-grown startup scores $25K (JHU HUB)
ClearMask startup wins $25,000 prize from Hopkins' Social Innovation Lab (Baltimore Business Journal)
ClearMask Wins $25,000 at Social Innovation Lab Impact+Innovation Forum (Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures)
Startup ClearMask scores $40,000 in prize winnings (The Daily Record)
Johns Hopkins researchers develop transparent surgical mask to help patients communicate with clinical staff (Tech Transfer Central)
Gallaudet University and Village Capital helped startups get investor-ready (Technically D.C.)
Gallaudet Innovation and Entrepreneurship Institute Holds Pitch Competition with Village Capital on April 24, 2018 (Gallaudet University)
Startup aims for FDA clearance on medical device to improve communication in surgery (Baltimore Business Journal)
Meet the Innovators: ClearMask (Medium)
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