Inscope ties for third in Oregon contest


    LOUISVILLE, Ky. —A University of Louisville College of Business student team marketing a Bluetooth-enabled laryngoscope tied for third place in the Oregon New Venture Championship business plan contest April 9-11.

    Inscope Medical Solutions team members Maggie Galloway, Mary Nan Mallory, Adam Casson and Will Coburn won a $2,500 cash prize at the event. Entrepreneurship professor Sharon Kerrick coached the team.

    The team of UofL MBA students also took first place in an elevator pitch competition at the event, earning another prize of $1,500.

    Sixteen teams competed in the contest at the University of Oregon in Portland.

    Inscope is perfecting the OneScope, an airway management device designed to intubate patients more safely than conventional laryngoscopes. The team will compete next in a field of 42 teams at the Rice Business Plan Competition at Rice University in Houston April 16-18.

    For more details, contact Kerrick at 502-852-4683 or