CUTalks: Lucy Jung, Charco by CambridgeJBS published on 2021-05-10T08:01:21Z #CUTalks by CUTEC has just launched a new mini-series: Female Founders in the Spotlight. This series has the aim of increasing visibility of female founders of early-stage startups. To launch the series, Shreya Singhal and Thomas Bohné have been talking to Lucy Jung, founder and CEO of Charco, a medtech start-up working on a device for people with Parkinson's disease to improve their quality of life. Charco is currently testing a vibrotactile stimulation device, and have received positive feedback from participants about how the product helps improve their movement and coordination. Lucy shares some stories about her early experiences with the startup and some of the challenges that they are currently facing. She also discusses her team’s efforts in helping NHS dealing with Covid-19. The podcast was produced by Carl Homer, Cambridge TV. Jump to the following topics: The story behind Charco - 1:10 How does Charco’s technology work - 4:00 Handling prototype testing, clinical trial and regulations - 6:00 Dealing with an interdisciplinary team - 9:25 How the team is helping NHS dealing with Covid-19 - 12:40 Future of Charco - 16:08 ............................................................................. CUTalks by CUTEC is a leading podcast series for aspiring tech innovators, aiming to shed light on typical and not so typical journeys in entrepreneurship.You can find the episodes here: www.cutec.io/cutalks. Follow on your favourite podcast channel for the latest episodes. The hosts of the podcast are Shreya Singhal (Medical student with a background in Engineering, interested in biotech) and Thomas Bohné (Founder & Head of the Cyber-Human Lab at the University of Cambridge), and our producer is Carl Homer from Cambridge TV.