Our team consists of a diverse set of individuals whose passion for finding effective alternative treatments to end stage renal disease is unmatched.
Raymond Keller graduated from the University of Maryland Baltimore County cum laude with a degree in Emergency Health Services Management. This degree uniquely juxtaposes business skills with clinical competencies. At present, he is a third year medical student at the University of New England. He has been enjoying sauna baths for most of his life, and seeks to extend his own experience to others who might benefit from the therapy. When he is not engaged in medical education or business efforts he enjoys boating and gardening.
Leland Stillman attended Connecticut College, where he developed an appreciation for everything from economics to electrophysiology, and has since taken part in scientific research, start-up entrepreneurship, and is a full-time practicing physician in the Internal Medicine residency program at Maine Medical Center. He is currently co-founder of eFoodGuru, a mobile application that helps people with special dietary needs find the right foods for them, and helps people meet their nutritional goals. He is excited to be involved with bringing a new therapy for dialysis patients to the market that could radically improve their lives and help alleviate the growing healthcare costs faced by the world.
Mason “Skip” Irving is a frequent speaker at industry conferences including the Biotechnology Industry Organization and the Licensing Executives Society. He serves on the Board of the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research and the Industry Advisory Committee for the Brain Tumor Society. He is also a member of the College Corporation at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences where he earned his BS in Pharmacy and serves on the Board of Overseers for Mount Auburn Hospital. Skip earned his MBA at the Amos Tuck School at Dartmouth College.
William Bushey is a native of South Portland, ME who is currently in the class of 2016 at the University of New England majoring in medical biology. He is also enrolled in the pre-medicine track at UNE and intends to apply for admission to medical school beginning July 2016 while enjoying a year of employment. While not engaged in academics Will spends his time work volunteering in the lab of Ian Meng, PhD. at UNE and as a phlebotomy intern at Maine Medical Center. Alternatively you can find him tearing up the soccer field as a member of the varsity soccer team. Will became involved with Third Kidney, Inc. during the 2015 UNE business entrepreneurship competition, in which the business plan came is second place. William continues to fill a valuable role at TKI and looks forward to participating in the growth and operations in the near future.
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Nils Shenholm has spent his career designing and building everything from board games to furniture; houses to barns, and most recently, (ca. 1990 to the present) saunas. His own product line of traditional Finnish style Solhem Saunas have enriched the lives of many New England clients, and he has served as a sales representative for HELO Sauna -the world's oldest and largest Sauna manufacturer since 1993. Helo projects include both residential and commercial designs, and installations in some of the regions most exclusive resorts. Nils was a charter member of the North American Sauna Society, a long time board member, and now Emeritus Board member.