UC student’s co-op leads to full-time job with sweat sensor startup

When it comes to monitoring health, sweat may be the next big thing. A Cincinnati-based startup company, Eccrine Systems, Inc., develops advanced wearable devices that capture and sense biomarkers from sweat. Medical professionals can apply these sweat-sensing devices to fields ranging from athletics to pediatrics to pharmaceutical monitoring.

Eccrine’s innovative research is what initially drew University of Cincinnati student Hannah Tilley to the company. Tilley, a 2018 graduate of UC’s biomedical engineering program, spent her final two cooperative education (co-op) rotations with Eccrine. She now works there full time as a research engineer.

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Story excerpt provided by Eccrine Systems.

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