A biological psychologist, entrepreneur, human-computer interaction researcher and digital community organizer, Dr. Jon Schull is the founder of e-NABLE, an online philanthropic community that makes free open-source 3D-printed prosthetic hands and arms for children and adults with upper limb differences.
In past lives, Schull has been a tenured professor of Biological Psychology at Haverford College, the founder and chief scientist of a seminal digital rights management company, and a tenured professor at Rochester Institute of Technology, where he taught innovation and invention, and directed RIT’s Center for Student Innovation. He is the author of 18 patents.
When he is not traveling and speaking on behalf of e-NABLE, Schull works in the Rochester Enable Lab at Vertus High School where he helps young men become "makers for the greater good" while advancing the e-NABLE vision.
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