October Updates

Device Launch Set for Spring 2019

You Have Made an Impact

Because of your support we have been able to make the Tremelo a reality and the press is taking notice. Last week we were featured on the cover of the Fresno State Magazine and featured in two stories. Next week we are releasing our first public press release.

View our cover story here: fresnostate.edu/magazine/

Since the research study closed in September, we redesigned the device with consideration of your input. Now that the Tremelo consistently delivers an 85% reduction in tremor, the device is being finalized as we prepare to take it to the market in Spring 2019.

 

This Month

We are fine-tuning the prototype for the Tremelo device and completing market research for our release.

To view a video of our latest prototype in action, click here: fivemicrons.com/tremelo

We are still looking for more participants with essential tremor for our future studies.
To sign up, go to: fivemicrons.com/research-study.

 

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Sreekanth Rudraraju, MSME

Chief Engineer
Sreekanth brings a strong knowledge of design and manufacturing to the team from his experience developing surveillance systems and devices for Electronics Corporation of India Limited. Originally from Hyderabad, India, Sreekanth decided to pursue a master’s degree in mechanical engineering in California, where he met Dr. Nguyen and joined his project to create a tremor-reducing device.

Dr. Leo Nguyen

CEO & President

Dr. Nguyen is an associate professor of mechanical engineering at California State University, Fresno. Vibration control and advanced system design are his specialties, and Five Microns developed out of his research on using vibration control techniques to steady a person’s arm. He finds the complexity of the human body fascinating and is passionate about improving human life through his work as an engineer. Dr. Nguyen obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Toledo, Ohio after completing a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering at the University of Oklahoma.