We are proud of the participants who have completed our program and remain in contact with many of our I-Corps™ Alumni. The previous I-Corps™ Cohorts and teams are listed beginning with our most recent Cohort and ending with our first Cohort which was held in the spring of 2018.
Spring 2020 – Cohort 7 held it first two sessions on Cook Campus at the Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health. In true I-Corps fashion, the Cohort pivoted midway and finished up its last three sessions virtually due to Covid-19 restrictions on in-person meetings.
Session Dates: Fridays: February 28, March 6, March 30 (virtual office hours), April 3 and April 10.
The following teams completed Cohort 7:
- 3Spray – A Post-Processing Spray Chamber that could be added as an accessory to additive and subtractive manufacturing systems
- Qualtrac – Software Allowing users to Extract and Report Quality Data from Electronic Health Records
- CAMILE – a Crowd-sourced Application Bringing Immersive Language Acquisition to Students
- NeuroAscent – Virtual Neuroanatomy Platform that Enhances Medical Study through 3D Imagery
- Plexymer – Advanced and Intelligent Automation for Polymer Chemistry
- Xaminate – Virtual Patient Platform that Offers Medical Students Training in Doctor/Patient Communication Skills
- Regennera Therapeutics – A Novel Regenerative Bone Replacement Facilitating Better Healing and Tissue Development
- Smart MS3 – Wearable, Real-time Monitoring Tool to Track Muscle Activation
- Tidbitting – Software that aids in Site Location Selection by Analyzing Individual’s Use of Space
- plej – Innovative Event Ticketing Platform for Small/Medium Sized venues
Fall 2019 – Cohort 6 was held on Livingston Campus at the Rutgers Business School Building, Room 1144.
Session Dates: Fridays: October 18, October 25, November 1, and November 15.
The following teams completed Cohort 6:
- Ciscovery – Proprietary Genome-scale Biomarker Discovery Tool
- Liquid- and Refill-free Sanitization of User Interfaces – Paper-based Cold Plasma Sanitation System
- Makery – Digital Platform for Creators
- Edify – Try-before-you-buy Model for your Career
- GY-Biotech – Diagnostic Test for Various Cancers
- Adaptive AI – Predictive Modeling System using AI and Genomics
- Protean Industries – Plug and Play Biomimetic Robots and Sensor Systems
- Biosaf Concepts – Antibacterial Poly Jackets for Phones and Devices
- Nemagen Discoveries – Therapies for Treating Mast-Cell Mediated Diseases
Summer 2019 – Cohort 5 was held on Busch Campus at the new Richard Weeks Hall of Engineering Building, Room 105.
Session Dates: Tuesdays: July 9, July 16, July 23 and Friday, August 2.
The following teams completed Cohort 5:
- SentiX – Software applying Artificial Intelligence for Improved Financial Decision-making
- The Knight’s Watch – Geo-Social Platform for Safety and Communication in Emergency Situations
- Healthy Nelli – A Program to Assist with Mental Health Outreach in the Hispanic Population
- Green Wrapp – A Science-based App to Design Environmentally Friendly and Size-appropriate Packages
- CogDx – Digital Tools to Prediagnose Mental Disorders and Provide Appropriate Treatments
- Brushing Solutions – Powered Toothbrush with Evacuation for People with Special Needs
- I3-DAT – Quantitative Testing Device to Measure Impairment when Driving or at the Workplace
- Luminous – Integrated Marketplace for Healthcare Transactions
- PrE(P) Conception – Smart Phone App for Preconception Counseling of Couples with Differing HIV Status
- Solace – An App providing “Anonymous group chat therapy wherever you are.”
- SCIWAYS – Digital Badging System allowing Recruiters and Employees and Students to Speak a Common Language
Spring 2019 – Cohort 4 was held on Cook Campus at the Institute for Food Nutrition and Health (IFNH) building, Room 205 .
Session Dates: Fridays, February 8, February 15, February 22 and March 8
The following teams completed Cohort 4:
- Prevenient Recognition System – Biomarkers for Early Seizure Detection
- Living Waters – Rainwater Harvesting System designed for Refugee Camps
- Dnanosis – DNA Nanosensor to Detect a Broad Array of Biomarkers
- BurnFlex – Rethinking First Aid for Burns
- Eleptheria – (Now FentAlert) Color-coded Needle System to detect the presence of Fentanyl
- Icashout – Order and Payment Technology for Main Street Merchants
- Rizlab Health – Bringing Complete Blood Cell Analysis to the Patient
- Aersys – The Future of Delivery and Parcel Management
- VetCoin – VR System to help Transition Veterans to a University-Setting
- SaffronHealthSciences – Nutraceutical for Alzheimer’s and age-related diseases
- Knowledge Exchange – Connecting people for the purpose of sharing knowledge and improving people’s lives and careers.
Fall 2018 – Cohort 3 was held at Rutgers-Livingston Campus at the Rutgers Business School Building (South) in Flex Hall.
Sessions Dates: Fridays: October 19, October 26, November 2, and November 16.
The following teams completed Cohort 3:
- Neptech – Natural Bedbug Repellent
- OptoVibronex – Virtual Biopsy for Dermatological Lesions
- Entractiv – Smart Mirror
- Unov – Nanotechnology-based Protective Gear
- Sunscape – Suncreen Alternative to Prevent and Repair Damage
- FemSTEM – Interactive Online Game to Inspire Women’s Interest/Participation in STEM
- Enlightened Energy – Self-Powered Structural Health Monitoring of Wind Turbine Blades
- Glimpse You – Connecting International Students with Local Mentorship and Resources
Summer 2018 – Cohort 2 was held on Rutgers Newark Campus in the Rutgers Business School Bldg, Room 326. Session 4 included a tour of Newark Venture Partners.
Session Dates: Friday, July 13, Tuesday, July 17, Friday, July 20, and Tuesday, July 31
The following teams completed Cohort 2:
- InnovAltum – AI Platform for Measuring Innovation Metrics in the Green Tech Space
- Assays – Smartphone App to Learn Complex Procedures and Protocols. Learn more at the company site inscriptures.net.
- Birge and Kotenko – Novel PS-Targeting Immuno-Oncologicals
- G-PMCs – Unique Graphene Polymer Composite Materials
- RenewCO2 (formerly CO2Chem) – Clean Electrochemical Processes that Convert CO₂ into Monomers and other Organic Chemicals
- The Electrics – Continuous Real-time Monitoring of Microbial Load in Water
- IgVortex – Computational Fluid Structure Dynamic Software Platform
Spring 2018 – Cohort 1. Ten teams participated in our very first I-Corps@Rutgers Cohort which was held on Livingston Campus at the Rutgers Business School (South) in Flex Hall.
Session Dates: Tuesdays: February 27, March 6, March 20, and March 27
The following teams completed Cohort 1:
- 3Ducators – 3D Printing and Training
- Cell2Wound – Hydrogel for Chronic Wounds
- NADI (North American Disease Intervention) Platform for Community Healthcare Screenings run by future Medical School Students
- Map Training my Brain – Mental & Physical Training using Meditation and Aerobic Exercise
- RIVERS Lab – Rehabilitation Via VSTEP Virtual Reality Platform
- Rooted in You – Personalized Nutrition Backed by Science
- EPoC-MD – Low Cost Diagnostic for Infections
- Fish-EA – Specialized Detection of Esophageal Cancer
- AquaComb – Unique Air Filtration System
- SULIS – Solar Powered Water Purification System
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