Our goal is a simple one. We are driven to change the way pain and diseases are treated.
To achieve this ambitious goal, we have designed a device that acts as an electromagnetic catalyst that is simply revolutionary.
We believe strongly that health care is not a luxury, but rather a human right. This disruptive platform was designed with community in mind. Genovus’ goal is to interlace the principles and social responsibility adopted by B Corporations into our work.
Key functional areas include Product Development and overall operations.
Kim is the inventor of the EMCS, and has been a successful business owner for over twenty years. She is also an accomplished trainer and author. Kim has key relationships with investors and researchers, along with the personality and drive to create strong teams. She holds a B.S. from the University of Colorado, Boulder
Key functional areas include quality and operations.
Marianne has been in product development for over 18 years, and has implemented quality management systems for software development across a large product portfolio. She has been the Senior Director of Program Management at eCollege, and Director of Portfolio Governance Management at Pearson, where she worked with the VP of Strategy to link strategy to execution across 100 software engineering teams, and over $100M in Product revenue.
Marianne holds a BA from Regis University, MS in Management with a focus on Organizational Leadership from Colorado State University, is a Project Management Professional (PMP) and Certified Scaled Agile Product Owner.
Key functional areas Clinical and Scientific research, along with Regulatory Strategy .
Chief Scientific Officer of Modus Health, LLC (2016 – 2017).
Teri created the business plan and oversaw product development, research, quality, sales, and technical support at Modus. She increased revenue by 300% in 14 months as CSO, while concurrently reducing the company’s expense s and creating a new product. In addition, she negotiated the company’s first pharmaceutical contract in the last 10 years.
Director of Clinical Research at Modus Health (2013 – 2016)Teri was a founding employee of Modus Health and participated in the business plan. She facilitated partnerships with major hospitals to increase market, obtained research funding ($500k), created verification / validation plans of hardware and software, and developed concepts for new products.
Research Scientist at Orthocare Innovations (2008 – 2013). First research scientist of start up. Obtained grant funding for developing novel medical devices, oversaw clinical testing of prototypes, and worked with regulatory agencies.
Teri holds a doctorate in bioengineering from the University of Utah (2007) and her BS in biological engineering from Mississippi State University (2002).
Professor, Department of Electrical, Computer, & Energy Engineering
University of Colorado at Boulder
Garret Moddel joined the University of Colorado in 1985, where he has served as a professor except for a three-year period in which he was president and CEO of Phiar Corporation, a venture-capital-backed high-tech start up developing his laboratory’s technology. The Quantum Engineering Laboratory, which he directs, investigates new energy conversion technologies based on thin-film electronics.
Dr. Moddel earned his undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from Stanford and MS and PhD degrees in applied physics from Harvard. After graduation he became a founding employee at a small Silicon Valley photovoltaics company. He was named the first CU Inventor of the Year in the Physical Sciences in 2002, and is a fellow of the Optical Society of America.
Dr. Sherwood received his PhD from the University of Southern California in 1983. He has been a researcher in human motor control and motor learning for over 34 years. He is currently the department chair in the department of Integrative Physiology at the University of Colorado, Boulder. His main research interest has been on the control of rapid limb movements and the factors that contribute to spatial and temporal performance errors in both single and bimanual movements. Recently, the goal of his research group has been to identify the underlying causes for the performance advantage of an external focus of mental attention relative to an internal focus. He has published over 60 articles in journals such as the Journal of Motor Behavior, the Journal of Experimental Psychology, Human Perception and Performance, Human Movement Science, and the Journal of Motor Learning and Development and many others. He is an active member of the North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity.