ABOUT INSPIR LABS
Dual impact innovation
Reimagining respiratory care Inspir Labs is pioneering in innovation and impact in the field of respiratory care by creating safer environments for patients and the medical staff that care for them.
The development of LUMENA, the world’s first aerosol-minimizing ventilation mask, underpins the innovative and impact mindset of the company.
We go beyond ensuring optimal ventilation to the overall respiratory environment protection.
Caring for healthcare professionals Inspir Labs’ technologies protect Hospitals' and Clinics' most strategic asset - the medical staff through the development of innovative solutions for the respiratory care environment.
We care about our healthcare professionals' protection against aerosolized pathogens and/or drugs in their day-to-day activities, so they can focus on treating patients and saving lives.
Caring for patients
Assuring optimal ventilation and comfort for the patient while also protecting those around them is the goal of Inspir Labs.
DR. YONATAN KESCHNER
Dr. Yonatan Keschner is a Harvard-trained emergency medicine physician. He is recognized as a leader in healthcare innovation and serves as an associate director of the clinical accelerator at Massachusetts General Hospital.
PROF. CHRISTIAN JUNG
Professor Jung brings to the table decades of clinical experience, specializing in emergency medicine. Professor Jung has also been crowned with a series of prestigious awards on various research topics, and is an asset to the company in understanding development processes and connecting clinical need to product.
MS. MICHAL SHITRIT
PROF. VERNON VAN HEERDEN
Michal brings 20 years of respiratory care and clinical experience.
Michal works closely with patients experiencing a variety of different clinical setups, bringing to the table a great understanding of clinical needs and professional inputs.
Prof. Vernon Van Heerden is the head of the Hadassah Hospital’s General Intensive Care Unit. Born in South Africa, Dr. Van Heerden is a specialist in anesthesia and critical care. He studied in Johannesburg and completed fellowships in Ireland and Australia.
Emergency Medicine | Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Head of the Hadassah Hospital’s General Intensive Care Unit
Head of Respiratory therapy - SZMC - Jerusalem
Bs.c Biomedical Engineering.
Founder and CEO of Spinol Medical, Key Advisor with more than 20 years in Medical device development, and management.
Dr. KWADWO KYEREMANTENG
Head, Department Of critical care, The Ottawa Hospital. CA
As a researcher, he is interested in using ICU resources more efficiently and improving access to palliative care in the ICU.
Dr. Kyeremanteng launched his ever-growing podcast “Solving Healthcare with Kwadwo Kyeremanteng” these podcasts feature interviews and discussions on the topic of improving healthcare delivery in Canada