Since volunteering at the Georgetown Stroke Clinic twelve years ago, Casey has lived and breathed all things neuro. She researched Parkinson’s disease for five years in neuroscience labs, built neuro-implantable devices in a bioengineering lab, and analyzed neurosurgical data with Northwestern physicians. To gain further data processing experience, Casey continued to work as a software engineer within JP Morgan’s big data department. She was called back to neuro once again and left her six-figure salary to pursue Hubly Surgical full-time.
Venture: Hubly Surgical is a cranial and orthopedic platform drilling solution. Hubly is focused on modernizing three verticals: bedside intracranial access, elective neurosurgeries, and elective orthopedic surgeries.