Welcome to Link to Learn

The Ultimate Immersive Learning Experience For Emergency Medical Training.

What We Do

Our mission is to provide a comprehensive immersive learning service & technology ecosystem that enhances the effectiveness of emergency medical training for both military and civilian teams.

Mobile Bioskills Labs

Our mobile bioskills labs are deployable to any location in the US. This improves cost-efficiency and negates logistical constraints for obtaining the best hands-on emergency medical training possible. Our refrigerated transports hold up to 8 cadavers that are preserved through a proprietary preservation method that maintains lifelike tissue consistency and color. Expert instructors are available upon request.

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AR/VR Immersive Instruction

Instructors and students engage in a shared Augmented Reality training classroom. This enhances instruction and knowledge retention through detailed anatomical holograms and other multi-media teaching resources. Dynamic branching scenarios with realistic mechanisms of injury and environmental stressors challenge students' decision making and level of skill.

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Human Performance Metrics

We are developing a machine learning system to help standardize and quantify both student skill mastery and instructor proficiency. The system will intake biometric, volumetric, and motion capture data to first establish benchmarks of expert level performance. Then students can be evaluated against these benchmarks for near real-time feedback and corrective action.

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Dynamic Scenario Authoring

To power the VR/AR shared classroom experience, we built a Scenario Authoring System (SAS). The SAS enables instructors to build complex branching scenarios complete with complications. For practical assessment, students can be dropped in any number of scenarios and the system will respond dynamically to their decision making and skill. Our intent is for the SAS to be its own ecosystem that enables rapid knowledge sharing across diverse teams.

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Our Clients

It is an honor to provide training solutions for hundreds of members across DoD and Civilian emergency medical teams. We are humbled to see interest in Link to Learn's solutions spread so rapidly and appreciate all their collaborative support and ideas.

Our Partners

Link to Learn works closely with a number of DoD & Civilian medical teams, Universities, and start-up accelerators to rapidly design, develop, and iterate our solutions to fit the priority needs of front-line emergency medical professionals.

Research & Development
  • Regis University Data Sciences

    The Regis University Data Science Department has made Link to Learn’s projects a part of their practicum project , students work with PhD professors to optimize Link to Learn’s tech stack in key development areas.

  • UCCS Hybl Sports Medicine & Performance Center

    Use of the Hybl Sports Medicine and Performance Center has been offered to Link to Learn as a site for data capture. The building is outfitted with state-of-the-art motion capture technology and newly constructed cadaver labs.

Emergency Medical Expertise
  • Denver Health Paramedics

    The Denver Health Paramedic Division is the sole provider of emergency medical services for the City and County of Denver, Colorado. Our mission is to provide professional, compassionate and clinically excellent care to every patient, with every encounter, through a culture of integrity and continuous improvement.

  • Level 1 Accountability

    Level 1 Accountability(L1A) is Link to Learn’s primary training partner, as a certified training institute L1A has the ability to certify courses presented by Link to Learn and provide Continuing Medical Education credits to class participants and students.

Accelerator Programs
  • AFWERX

    AFWERX is a United States Air Force program with the goal of fostering a culture of innovation within the service. Link to Learn has been awarded several R&D contracts for innovation.

  • Capital Factory

    Capital Factory is a venture capital firm and an accelerator that seeks to invest in seed-stage, early-stage, and later-stage companies.

  • Bunker Labs

    Bunker Labs’ mission is to support and convene military-connected entrepreneurs and small business owners. We accomplish this mission by facilitating an action-oriented, member-led network of entrepreneurs and small business owners, providing practical tools and resources, and highlighting inspirational stories that showcase the possibilities and accomplishments of the community.

  • NVIDIA Inception

    NVIDIA Inception is an acceleration platform for AI, data science and HPC startups, providing critical go-to-market support, expertise, and technology.

Who We Are

We are team of medical, engineering, and former military professionals with a passion to help save lives through improved training access and effectiveness.

John Chapman
John Chapman
President
Force Reconnaissance Marine
John has deployed to 7 operational theaters in support of national strategic objectives. Having lost friends and colleagues in the line of duty, John has an intimate knowledge of the impact limited access to resources and advanced training can have on the battlefield. John is intensely focused and driven to overcome the educational and training challenges that directly affect the quality of medical care provided to wounded warriors. Providing access to quality advanced training resources and cadre of instructors to increase battlefield survival rates is always in his crosshairs.
Lauren Lipchak
Lauren Lipchak
Vice President
Certified Tissue Bank Specialist
Lauren brings over 20 years of medical experience to our team. She began her career as a clinical provider in neurosurgery and completed her trauma nursing internship @ Johns Hopkins. After losing her father, who was an Air Force Veteran, to brain cancer she knew her passion for research had a higher purpose. As a Certified Tissue Banking Specialist and trained Anatomist, with a special interest in neuropathology, Lauren has performed hundreds of recoveries for researchers across the country, including DoD’s blast related TBI brain study. Provides input to strategic and operational planning. Responsible for quality improvement initiatives, and execution of strategies to ensure that end user needs are met in a cost-effective manner.
Sam Peterson
Sam Peterson
Chief Operations Officer
Explosive Ordnance Disposal
Sam has deployed to Afghanistan three times in support of national strategic objectives. Having received high level medical training prior to each of his deployments Sam is intimately familiar with the medical training skills gap that exists within the armed forces. Sam brings five years of start-up experience to the team as well as a wealth of knowledge and experience related to scaling businesses. His additional experience as a military trainer has prepared him to assist in curriculum development and deployment.
Adam Chapman
Adam Chapman
Chief Product Officer
Adam brings over 20 years of experience in various technologies. After graduating with a degree in Biochemistry, Adam worked as a research scientist at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Molecumetics developing robotic assay analysis. Later in his career, Adam helped formulate ThyssenKrupp’s global Microsoft HoloLens partnership and training initiative. Lately Adam pursues creative technical endeavors in software engineering and digital marketing for start-up companies.
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