Dr. Noah Minskoff
Healthcare & Medicine
About Dr. Noah Minskoff
Those who are familiar with Dr. Noah Minskoff would describe him as talented, highly-focused, and relentless in his quest to push positive change. In addition to his innate skills, Dr. Minskoff has a background in intellectual property formation, biotechnology production, device design and development, and consumer-facing healthcare. He stands out from his competitors by having a skill set that is one-of-a-kind, combining traditional medicine with global research and governance to achieve his goals. Throughout his lengthy career, he has built a solid reputation for inventing innovative, revolutionary medical and commercial equipment and goods.
Noah began his education at Boise State University. He earned a double bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry and Molecular and Cell Biology. While completing his undergraduate education, he was hired to teach a chemistry class. In addition to his workload and teaching responsibilities, Noah was also put in charge of overseeing other student researchers and details of their respective projects, and coordinating research teams with the Physics and Engineering departments. These projects were funded by the Department of Energy, the NIH, and the National Nuclear Security Agency (NNSA).
Several of Noah’s projects have centered around the field of micro electrochemical technology. For the NNSA, Noah and his team were heavily engaged in the creation of sensors for the detection of uranium and plutonium in water. Noah also collaborated with the University’s Physics department on the development of a lab on a chip protein-sensing panel that was based on an electrochemical sensor.
After graduation, Noah attended the University of Utah School of Medicine. He earned his medical degree in Human Medicine and studied Technology and Business Development at the David Eccles School of Business. Noah co-founded his first company, Apex Vapor, LLC, which served as the precursor to his next company, Thermo-Essence Technologies. AV products were developed in order to explore new vaporizing systems for electronic cigarettes that were safer, effective, American-made, and commercially available to the public. His atomizer tech set a new standard in the industry and is currently being used by tens of thousands of people who no longer smoke traditional cigarettes. Noah also co-founded the university’s BioInnovate Program, which allowed medical students, bioengineering grad students, and resident physicians to design biomedical devices.