In part three of this special interview, Chris Jacobs discusses the origin of Genteel, and why he was motivated to develop a pain-free testing device.
Chris Jacobs is chief research engineer in the development of Genteel, holder of 75 United States and international patents; new medical devices and instrumentation through Oregon Graduate Institute (OGI) and Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU). Biomedical engineer, designed and assisted in patenting world’s first variable rate cardiac pacemaker; Advanced Medical Technology (AMTEK), 1969, patented. Developed Control Systems for Artificial Kidneys (Renal Clearance); University of Southern California, 1964-1965.
View other videos in the series:
- Part 1: Chris Jacobs, Inventor of Genteel
- Part 2: Drawing Blood Without Pain
- Part 3: Origin of Genteel Testing Device
- Part 4: Demonstrating How Genteel Works