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Nanomedicine Company Focuses on Improving Premature Infant Health and Reducing Death Rate
Date:10/6/2009

underserved patient populations, while simultaneously reducing healthcare costs are the key tenets of our business, nanotechnology is our method of accomplishing this," Chambers said.

About NanoStar™ Health Corporation

NanoStar Health is positioned to become a global leader in the emerging technology arena of nanomedical devices specifically designed for premature infants. The Company began operations in March 2009 and was incorporated in May 2009 to capitalize on the founder's expertise in nanotechnology, neonatal and pediatric medicine, and medical device commercialization.

NanoStar Health founders include:

Michael D. Black, MD, MBA - Chief Medical Officer, a R.S. McLaughlin Fellow, is a practicing congenital cardiac surgeon (adult and pediatric). Currently Dr. Black is the Chief of Pediatric and Adult Congenital Heart Program at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco. Dr. Black was Chief of the Pediatric Heart Program from 1999 - 2003 at Stanford University School of Medicine and additionally a founding member of Bio-design consortium at Stanford University.

Anita Chambers PhD, MBA - Chief Operating Officer, a Fielding Institute for Social Innovation Founding Fellow, has nearly 25 years experience in the medical industry where she has successfully developed, commercialized and launched 26 medical devices including many "world's firsts." Her background includes clinical medicine expertise, social science expertise, and expertise in technology management.

Nihat Okulan PhD - Chief Technology Officer, is an expert in developing MicroElectroMechanical Systems (MEMS) and Nanotechnology for commercial and medical applications. He has conducted MEMS research and development for over ten years and has published numerous papers on MEMS devices and fabrication technologies. Many of Dr. Okulan's efforts have been directed towards the manufacturability of nano- and micro-devices.

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