Endoscopic Surgical Device

Our device was designed as a novel solution to the problem of suturing incisions during N.O.T.E.S. The simple, vacuum-based suction is an elegant solution which may find further applications in other medical fields.

About Spiral-E Solutions, LLC

Spiral-E Solutions, LLC was created to protect the intellectual property surrounding a novel endoscopic surgical device.

It was founded by four Dartmouth students at the Thayer School of Engineering following work in one of the design courses there. In addition to being a fantastic learning experience, we sincerely believe that we have something to offer the modern medical community. Our vision is to improve the state of surgical devices by offering a simple, elegant tool with many possible applications. To read more about our founders, see below.

Founders

Alison Stace-Naughton (Manager, Boardmember)

Alison is a biomedical engineering major at Dartmouth, graduating in 2013. She also serves as the manager of Spiral-E Solutions, LLC.

Brenna Gibbons (Boardmember)

Brenna is a double major in Chemistry and Engineering at Dartmouth, graduating in 2012.

Ihab Basri (Boardmember)

Ihab is a biomedical engineering major at Dartmouth, graduating in 2013.

Scott Snyder (Boardmember)

Scott is a B.E. student and PhD candidate at Thayer School of Engineering.