Lou Auguste

A Yale-educated humanitarian, Lou was inspired to develop a rapid, cost-efficient solution for the global pathology shortage following a year he spent in Haiti as a member of USAID's Earthquake Recovery Team. Consultations with University College London, and collaboration with NYU Polytechnic, enabled Lou to begin development of the mWSI technique in 2013. In addition to founding Alexapath, Lou formed Team Live Longer, a joint effort between Haitian Doctors Abroad (AMHE), and Alexapath. Lou was recognized for his contributions to the field of innovation by Virgin Media in 2013, was honored at the AMHE's 2015 Spring Gala for his continued efforts to develop mobile health care solutions, and most recently was awarded Impact Fellowship from Singularity University.

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