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                UQ puts a $20k squeeze on pelvic floor problems

                12 Dec 2019

                The University of Queensland’s 2020 ilab Accelerator program has awarded $20,000 each to 10 aspiring startups to help them launch.

                Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) alumnus Lissy Changuion has a longstanding passion for women’s health and will use her prize to further her quest to help strengthen women’s pelvic floor muscles.

                “In developing the PhysiSqueeze technology, I hoped to customise assessment and training programs so women can learn about, and prevent damage to, their pelvic floor muscles,” Ms Changuion said.

                Read full story on UQ News


                ilab Accelerator is part of the UQ Ventures entrepreneurial program and runs for six months each year. One of Australia’s most experienced accelerators, the 2020 cohort marks the program’s 16th iteration.

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