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Saturday, August 01, 2015
Osteoarthritis treatment on the horizon of two Cornell grad students

Grad students Kirk Samaroo & Mingchee Tan of Dynamic Boundaries won $1k for their first place pitch at Life Changing Labs. The People's Choice award went to Belle Apps. Excellent presentations by all the teams, including Maidbot, Craftcloud, UPursuit, and Navo made the decision very difficult for the judges. 

With help from the entrepreneurial mentors at Life Changing Labs, the co-founders of Dynamic Boundaries are developing a safe and cost-effective injectable treatment for osteoarthritis that provides lasting protection against further joint damage. 

About Life Changing Labs:

Life Changing Labs (“LCL”) is a not for profit organization that supports Cornell’s top entrepreneurially minded students. It runs an incubator program for Cornell founders in the summer and has several initiatives during the school year to help grow the entrepreneurship community. LCL provides students with mentorship through its ever growing network along with access to various resources and services from its sponsors. 
Founded by Peter Cortle in 2011 to provide students with early hands-on experience working on or with early stage ventures, LCL has grown to provide structured support, resources, and a formal environment for students year round with its team of highly dedicated students including engineers, designers, MBAs, JDs, and PhDs.