As a co-founder of AIM Tech and co-inventor of NeoVent, Stephen led the AIM Tech team to win 4 national design contests and 2 business plan competitions. He is currently taking time off from pursuing his MD degree at the University of Michigan to lead the project full time.
Dr. Gustafson holds engineering degrees from MIT and the University of Michigan and has professorial appointments at Western Michigan University’s College of Engineering and its School of Medicine. As a co-founder of AIM Tech and co-inventor of NeoVent, he supports technical analyses of the device.
As a biomedical engineer from the University of Michigan, Anna brings experience from the design two previous award-winning medical devices. Her passion for the NeoVent stems from her first-hand experience living and working in emerging markets for over a decade. She works on the quality aspect of the project.
Tim has 7 years professional experience leading humanitarian aid efforts; most recently, he coordinated the delivery of life-saving food, water, and medical services for more than 1M people displaced by war in South Sudan. Tim is currently pursuing his MBA at the University of Michigan while leading efforts to commercialize the NeoVent.
The AIM Tech team is supported by a group of collaborators and advisers, based in the U.S. and abroad, from medicine, engineering, and business. In addition, we rely on the support of numerous students and faculty at the University of Michigan and Western Michigan University who have contributed to NeoVent’s development