Hank C.K. Wuh
Hank C.K. Wuh, MD, MPH, is a co-founder of TruTag Technologies and the founder and CEO of SKAI Ventures, a global venture accelerator focused on transforming ingenious ideas into disruptive technologies and high-growth companies. (SKAI Ventures' motto: "Invent. Disrupt. Inspire.")
A surgeon, inventor, and entrepreneur, Hank has led the development of over 20 biomedical and consumer healthcare innovations from concept to commercialization. He is also the founder of Eyegenix LLC, which is developing an artificial cornea for transplantation to treat blindness. At the University of Hawaii, Hank is a member of the President's Advisory Council on Innovation and Technology Advancement and the Dean's Council at the School of Engineering, and he is an associate clinical professor of surgery at the John A. Burns School of Medicine.
Hank holds a bachelor's degree in Human Biology from Johns Hopkins University, a master's of Public Health degree from Harvard University, and a medical doctorate from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and was chief resident in Orthopedic Surgery at Stanford Medical Center.