Dr. Wesley Storm, Ph.D. has joined Clinical Sensors as Senior Scientist to lead execution of the technical and research objectives of the company. Dr. Storm is a graduate of the Schoenfisch lab and brings expertise in nitric oxide and membrane chemistry, as well as electrochemistry and sensor design.
With Dr. Storm's hire, Clinical Sensors has moved into laboratory space at First Flight Venture Center to further research and development of the company's NO sensor technology.
Clinical Sensors has received $600,000 from the National Institutes of Health / National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases through a two-year Phase 1 STTR research program titled "Nitric Oxide Microfluidic Sensor". Through this program, Clinical Sensors will develop an accurate and manufacturable nitric oxide (NO) sensor that enables measurement of NO levels from small volumes of blood with minimal sample processing.