Founder, Chief Executive Officer, Cellular Bioengineering, Inc. and SKAI Ventures, LLC
An orthopedic surgeon, inventor, and entrepreneur, Dr. Hank C. K. Wuh has led the development of over twenty biomedical and consumer healthcare products from concept to global commercialization. He holds numerous issued and pending patents covering a broad range of innovations.
Dr. Wuh received his B.A. in Human Biology from the Johns Hopkins University, Masters in Public Health from Harvard University, and Medical Doctorate from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Wuh was Resident and Chief Resident in Orthopedic Surgery at the Stanford University Medical Center. He was elected Class Marshal at Harvard, and was twice winner of the Vernon P. Thompson Prize for outstanding research in orthopedic surgery at Stanford. Dr. Wuh was named the 2008 Invention Entrepreneur of the Year by the Hawaii Venture Capital Association, and was nominated in 2010 for The National Medal of Technology and Innovation.
At the University of Hawaii, Dr. Wuh is a member of the President’s Advisory Council on Innovation and Technology Advancement, Dean’s Council at the School of Engineering, Chancellor’s Advisory Council at UH Manoa, and Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery at the John A. Burns School of Medicine. Dr. Wuh is Board Director of the Hawaii Business and Entrepreneur Acceleration Mentors (HiBEAM), and was previously a director of the Tech Museum of Innovation of Silicon Valley. Dr. Wuh grew up in Honolulu, and is fluent in Chinese Mandarin.