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CoolCore Biomedical Technologies, LLC

CoolCore expands the who, where, and when of temperature management- because life depends on it.

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Biotechnology
  • Location Houston, TX, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded June 2010
  • Employees 3
  • Website

Company Summary

CoolCore was spun out of leading-edge research sponsored by the NSF and created at UT Austin. We have invented a novel, disruptive, technology platform; including, patent pending devices and methods for manipulating the core thermal state of mammals on demand (altering body temperature.) Our technology is safe, totally noninvasive, operates in concert with the body (rather than fighting against it), and can be deployed by anyone anywhere.


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    Brian Patrick
    Founder, President & CEO

    Brian is an MBA and brings direct experience with strategic planning in high stress environments using capital efficient models, 12 years of experience working directly with large medical institutions and healthcare organizations, and directed $13.5 M in annual cash flows at a financially distressed clinical lab in a turnaround attempt. He is, arguably, the premier business knowledge-leader regarding human thermoregulation and bioheat transfer.

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    Kenneth Diller
    Inventor, Founder & Chief Science Officer

    Ken is an International authority, bringing over 40 yrs in bioheat transfer leadership, he is a prolific author with over 260 publications. He Founded and Chaired the BME Depts. at UT Austin, at UT MD Anderson Cancer Center and UT Med School. Held prime leadership roles in major engineering/scientific organizations and on top journal editorial boards, with 20 years experience as an expert witness for corp. IP and patent infringement litigation.

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    Daniel Hensley
    Co-Inventor and Engineer

    Daniel updated the world leading human thermoregulation model to include effects of cooling hands and feet. He graduated as the #1 student at UT with highest honors and a 4.0 GPA. Honors: Presidential Scholarship, and nomination for the Cockrell School of Engineering Outstanding Student/Leader award given to only one engineering student. He has an Intimate understanding of the scientific and physiological problems in human thermoregulation.

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