Luis Soenksen is an entrepreneur, professor and researcher focused on incubating appropriate medical technologies for the global market. Currently he is Medtech Entrepreneur and Research Fellow at Massachusetts institute of Technology. Soenksen has extensive experience in the areas of medical product design, bioinstrumentation, medical imaging, biological control and medical innovation. He specializes in the design of ultra low-tech devices with high public health impact, high-end embedded systems for medical applications, software development and need-driven solutions. His previous work has been translated into projects for personal navigation systems in blind patients, imaging post-processing tools for cardiac function, pulmonary embolism diagnosis, catheter design with biofilm control, POC diagnostics, breast cancer screening and wound healing. Luis Soenksen holds a BSc in Biomedical Engineering from the Monterrey Institute of Technology in Mexico City as well as an MSE in Bioengineering Innovation & Design from Johns Hopkins University.