Our core group working behind these pages is comprised of clinicians, engineers, manufacturing and logistical experts, and private sector individuals, who have all come together from multiple locations around the United States.
We are all volunteers. A list of every team member will be made available at some point in the future. While we work on documenting and releasing information that we hope will make a positive impact, we would prefer to not share names until there are enough ventilators, so we can focus.
Constructive comments are welcome from any and all individuals who would like to contribute; this is essential to ensuring a world-wide team effort. Please use the comment feature on the appropriate page. We have multiple people monitoring this site frequently.
If you have substantial information to share or contribute that requests direct attention, you may contact the team directly and we will reach out. Please be patient as we may not be able to reply to everyone immediately and do note that we are releasing information as fast as it is available.
Finally, our thoughts are with all the healthcare workers on the front lines and the patient’s battling this illness, those keeping grocery stores, pharmacies, and critical infrastructure functioning worldwide, and everyone who has been affected by this pandemic.
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