Mayo Clinic student-led startup lands Air Force contract

Allisa Song poses in the Mayo Clinic Plummer Library

Nanodropper, co-founded by a Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine student, designed and makes a specialized eye drop bottle adapter that reduces medicine waste by delivering a more precise drop for patients and doctors.

The team, led by CEO and third-year medical student Alissa Song, developed the precision eye dropper in 2017. Since then, the team has found success in business start-up competitions, like Walleye Tank, run by the Mayo Clinic Office of Entrepreneurship.

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