2015 has definitely been a good year for the Inscope Medical Solutions team based out of UofL’s Entrepreneurial MBA program.

InScope has dominated nearly every business plan competition they’ve entered, earning more than $425,000 in cash and prizes to develop and market OneScope, a one-of-a-kind wireless laryngoscope that provides medical personnel a clear view of every airway. The team’s latest conquest came Tuesday night, when they took home the $100,000 Vogt prize, funded by the Vogt Invention and Innovation Fund.

“The Inscope Medical Solutions team continues to make major progress bringing their innovative OneScope to the market,” UofL Entrepreneurship professor Van Clouse said. “The non-dilutive $100,000 Vogt Award provides critical financial resources to support Inscope’s progress.”

InScope CEO Maggie Nan Galloway says the team intends to put its new financial capital to good use.

“The $100,000 allows us to move forward in developing our first product and enables us to focus on FDA approval and the commercialization path,” Galloway said. “It opened up new opportunities for us here in Louisville on the manufacturing front and allows us to work on sales and distribution.”

Matt Lambert
Matt has served in multiple communications and marketing roles since joining UofL in 2012 and is currently a communications specialist in charge of national media outreach for research and academics. He came to UofL following a successful tenure as the Associate Director of Public Affairs and External Relations at Loyola University New Orleans. In his 20-plus year career in communications, Matt has worked as an award-winning journalist, owned his own political consulting firm and served as a communications director in the U.S. Congress. He is not only employed by UofL, but also a recent graduate, earning his MBA from the College of Business in May 2016.