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CompactCath Inc.

Experienced and multi-disciplinary team, supported by industry leaders, making a discreet, hygienic and easy to use urinary catheter to improve people’s lives

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Medical Devices and Equipment
  • Location San Francisco, CA, US
  • Currency USD
  • Founded July 2012
  • Employees 4
  • Website

Company Summary

An interdisciplinary team developing a revolutionary intermittent urinary catheter that is more discreet, hygienic and easy to use. We're disrupting $1B growing market that currently features products that place an undo burden on patients lives. With a stellar board of advisers and enthusiastic reactions from strategic partners and dozens of patients, physicians and nurses, we raised seed funding, joined StartX and are filing our FDA app on Q1 14


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    Naama Stauber

    Naama complete her MBA at Stanford Graduate School of Business, focusing on technology, entrepreneurship and leadership development. Throughout her career, Naama has been passionate about using technology to change the world. Earning her BSc in computer science, she managed large scale projects as an officer in the IDF technology division, worked on eng, product and biz-dev at tech startups, and for McKinsey& Company and Innovation Endeavors VC

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    Daniel Wei-Chen Hong
    CMO (Chief Medical Officer), MD

    Daniel Wei-Chen Hong is a visiting professor of neurosurgery at Stanford University. Daniel completed his neurosurgeon training in Taiwan in 2006 and his Phd in Biomedical Engineering in 2009. He specialized in applying the endoscopic surgery in hemorrhagic stroke, and brain tumor. At Stanford, Daniel has applied the principles of design thinking in several interdisciplinary projects, such as Biodesign, and Robotic Brain Keyhole Surgery. He is al

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    David Janka, MD

    David graduated from Stanford Med and spent a year in Kampala, Uganda as a Doris Duke Fellow. He explored infectious diseases research and HIV clinical trials, and discovered the power of design thinking at the Stanford After graduating from Stanford Med, David joined the as a fellow, working to integrate design thinking principles into medical education, healthcare delivery, medical device design and global health practice.

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    Myung Sun Choi

    Myung Sun received her B.A. in Biology from Cornell University, and then served as the director of Scarsdale branch of C2 Education Centers. She recently completed her Master's in Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University, where she was involved in a number of medical device design projects. She is now a medical student, and along with CompactCath, she looks forward to developing more patient-friendly medical devices in the future.


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    Evan Ng, Dorsey & Whitney