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We launched our equity crowdfunding campaign for our first product, StrideTech GO, just over a month ago. The road to launching our campaign included three years of testing and research. Our StrideTech GO smart walker attachment would not be the quality of product it is today without the help and support of Dr. Bradley Davidson and our partnership with the Human Dynamics Laboratory at the University of Denver. 

Dr. Davidson has been such a valuable mentor to our team and has a background filled with knowledge and education in the sciences, engineering, biomechanics, and neuromuscular stability. Today Dr. Davidson is an Associate Professor at the University of Denver, and the head of Denver University’s Human Dynamics Laboratory, which operates with multiple Principal Investigators (PI’s) and generates over $1M annually in human movement research investigations.

In 2019, the StrideTech team approached Dr. Davidson with our StrideTech GO smart walker attachment technology and our desire to test and calibrate our device in a laboratory setting. Dr. Davidson agreed to aid us and to be the Principal Investigator (PI) for two different STTR Phase I Proposals through the National Science Foundation (NSF) and National Institutes of Health (NIH). While neither proposal was successful, Dr. Davidson has continued to mentor the team on scientific testing and data analysis, and is helping to re-submit further grant proposals.  

“Dr. Davidson has been a wonderful mentor for us throughout the past three years, from words of encouragement, to helping our team perfect the technology behind our product, to teaching us about the biomechanics behind the device, his support has been invaluable,” stated Humsini Acharya, StrideTech Co-founder and Chief Research Officer.

Dr. Davidson’s work with our business and our StrideTech GO product has been instrumental in calibrating our force sensing system and in assessing metrics for improvements such as; posture and elbow and trunk angle. 

In March 2022, the StrideTech GO patent application was approved by the USPTO and PCT. We believe we have perfected the technology behind our product, and know our research partnership with Denver University’s Human Dynamics Laboratory, thanks to Dr. Davidson, will allow us to continue to clinically validate StrideTech Go and keep us on track to becoming a researched-backed medical device.

Thank you to Dr. Brad Davidson and the Human Dynamics Laboratory at the University of Denver for giving us the opportunity to conduct research allowing us the opportunity to help walker users feel more confident and safe.

As our equity crowdfunding campaign continues, your investment allows our team to conduct laboratory testing with a larger number of walker users, to purchase shares of Stride Tech Medical, Inc. today!

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