Jessica Maslin is the co-founder and COO of Mieron, Inc.
innovating immersive healthcare and training experiences utilizing XR technology. Mieron's extensive library of Virtual Reality NeuroTherapy (VRNT) exercises are utilized in hospitals and in/out-patient settings for rehabilitation, range of motion exercises for improving and maintaining activities of daily living, and pain management / mental wellness. Mieron is the proud recipient of the Eureka Park Innovation Award at CES 2020 and has been recognized by the Consumer Technology Association for creating technology that helps "improve the lives of people with disabilities and the elderly."
Mieron is designed for all levels of mobility, and is utilized to complement the PT/OT and behavioral health treatments of SCI, TBI, Stroke, MS, Parkinson's and other musculoskeletal and neurodegenerative disorders. All VRNT experiences are based in the principles of physical and occupational therapy, gait training and neuroplasticity.
Jessica has worked extensively in the fields of Chemistry and Applied Sciences, and has published research utilizing Bone Morphogenic Protein (rh-BMP-2) in expanded case uses for regenerating bone post trauma for dental implants. Her analytical and business development skills combine to form a science-meets-creative approach to product development in medicine, sports and technology. An entrepreneurial spirit and drive for innovating technology drive Jessica's work at Mieron to create fun and engaging ways for users to Achieve More mobility, independence and quality of life.
As seen in Forbes, ABC News, Technowize Magazine, Authority Magazine, KTLA, CBS, Las Vegas Review Journal, Technology Advice, Electronic Health Reporter, Medium, Long Beach Post, and other news and media outlets. Jessica is also a featured speaker at technology conferences including Augmented World Expo (AWE), Games for Change, World Health Care Congress, International VR Healthcare Association (IVRHA), and CES.
Jessica was named "Most Innovative People to Watch in 2020" by Technowize Magazine and "Female Entrepreneurs to Watch in 2020" by IdeaMensch.