Dr. David Zamierowski and nursing professor Kathy Carver patented the SA FingerStick, the first product conceived, funded and developed by Johnson County Community College. Some proceeds from the sale of the teaching tool are going to provide capital investment funds for future innovations.
Dr. David Zamierowski and nursing professor Kathy Carver patented the SA FingerStick, the first product conceived, funded and developed by Johnson County Community College. Some proceeds from the sale of the teaching tool are going to provide capital investment funds for future innovations. Andy Marso amarso@kcstar.com
Dr. David Zamierowski and nursing professor Kathy Carver patented the SA FingerStick, the first product conceived, funded and developed by Johnson County Community College. Some proceeds from the sale of the teaching tool are going to provide capital investment funds for future innovations. Andy Marso amarso@kcstar.com

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