Remember Jimmy Winklemann of Chaminade? He had his 15 minutes of fame founding and developing the marketing firm South Butt? That merchandising effort helped Winklemann to tweak North Face while piling up some college tuition money.
Winklemann is a third year engineering student at the University of Missouri-Columbia. He will be enrolled in the Welmann Institute for Bio-Medical Optics at Harvard University this summer. Winklemann is majoring in Biomedical Engineering at Mizzou and has contributed to cancer diagnostic break through for his work at the Viator Labs where they have devleoped lasers to diagnose early stage metastatic cancer in blood samples.
Winklemann is just one of 12 engineering students in the country to be accepted into this prestigious internship. He is 2009 graduate of Chaminade and a resident of Frontenac.