2014 Retail & Health Innovation Challenge – Wake Forest University

Infinurja - 2014 Retail & Health Innovation Challenge - Wake Forest University

2014 Retail & Health Innovation Challenge – Wake Forest University

Infinurja

We provide customers with products that can help them generate their own electricity using waste material.

Vinay Nenwani

He is pursuing dual degree in MBA/MIS and has 7 years of Retail and consulting experience. He has graduated top of his class as an IT engineer from Jawaharlal Nehru Engineering College. He has experience in leading teams, growing businesses and is passionate about technology, helping people and traveling. He has been an entrepreneur for most of his life and has experience in launching businesses and can manage any department of a company.


Adam Ross

He has an intensive background in the biological sciences with a B.S. degree in Microbiology and Molecular and Cellular Biology and is currently pursuing a Professional Science Master degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology. He has research experience in bacteriology, environmental microbiology/virology, cell culture, DNA and RNA isolation and immunocytochemistry. He worked for the University of Arizona College of Nursing as a research technician for three years and just recently completed a summer internship at Sanofi. He has a strong interest in the biotechnology field and will bring solid scientific, as well as business, qualities to the team.


Nick Jennings

He has a BS in Zoology and a BA in Spanish from North Dakota State University, graduate student in Administration and Policy from the University of Minnesota and is working on his Doctoral degree in Public Health at the University of Arizona. He has conducted research in rural health emergency preparedness, health care provider workforce, hospital competition and patient safety, and health insurance marketplaces. He has spent several years working in the health care field performing health care analytics, and is an expert in statistical data analysis, comparative effectiveness research, predictive modeling, and quality improvement techniques.


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