Patrick is a biotechnology entrepreneur, and he developed his interest for the blue economy working with Lobster Unlimited – a startup that works to identify, validate and commercialize biomedical and cosmetic applications of lobster processing waste byproducts. He is also a co-founder of KinoTek, an innovative sports performance startup using motion capture and virtual reality to visualize, analyze and communicate biomechanical information to decrease risk of musculoskeletal injury.
Patrick earned his B.S. in Biomedical Engineering in 2017 and recently completed his M.S. in Biomedical Engineering, both from the University of Maine. Throughout college, he became passionate about biotechnology research and commercialization in various fields, spanning drug development, skincare, marine bioresources, medical education and sports performance innovation, and has followed these passions toward a career of doing ‘cool stuff that matters’. Patrick is now working to build Dermarus’ brand Marin, which uses the serum protein found in lobster as the active ingredient in products specifically for people with eczema.