WoundZoom was founded with the mission to make better tools for wound care clinicians. We have enlisted the following accomplished and inspiring individuals to help make this mission a reality. 

Stephen Sprigle, PhD, PT


Dr. Sprigle is credited with the invention of WoundZoom. After surveying existing wound measurement methods and devices, the need for a clinically affordable, repeatable, and easy method became clear. He and his team at the Georgia Institute of Technology conceived the device that would later become WoundZoom. Dr. Sprigle is a biomedical engineer and physical therapist with a variety of interests including pressure ulcer prevention and early detection. You can find more information about his education, research, and publications here:

Barbara Bates-Jensen, PhD, RN, CWOCN, FAAN


Dr. Bates-Jensen is a nurse, researcher, author, lecturer, teacher, and mentor in wound care. She is an Associate Professor in the School of Nursing and David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles. In addition to her academic and clinical contributions to wound care she is the founder and president of the Wound Reach Foundation. In 2010, while volunteering in Haiti after the earthquake, she saw first-hand the need to raise public awareness about the needs of wound patients, clinicians and to improve the quality of wound care around the world. Wound Zoom is a proud sponsor of the Wound Reach Foundation’s annual OUCH! Race events which raise money and awareness for wound care. You can find out more about Wound Reach here: and more about Dr. Bates-Jensen’s education, research, clinical expertise, honors, awards, and publications here: