The funds will accelerate development and enable Cenofex to complete early clinical trials.
Catalia is developing Mabu, a personal health assistant robot.
Green Sun’s dynamic brace applies continuous corrective pressure to the spine of adolescent patients with scoliosis.
Funds from the Employment Achievement Award from the Triumph Foundation will offset clinical trial costs.
The company has developed a better fetal monitor to improve outcomes for mothers and babies during childbirth.
The new standard of care will reduce anxiety and risks for hospitalized patients.
Arterys unveiled the MICA platform in Chicago at the Radiological Society of North America annual meeting.
Arterys will expand its web-based AI platform, launch several products, and accelerate its cardiac offering.
Catalia can roll out their platform to patients and expand their AI platform into new disease states.
2017 Rosenman Innovator Encellin and founder and CEO Crystal Nyitray featured recently on the nation's premier public radio forum.
Scientists in California think they may have found a way to transplant insulin-producing cells into diabetic patients who lack those cells — and protect the little insulin-producers from immune rejection. Their system, one of several promising approaches under development, hasn't yet been tested in people. But if it works, it could make living with diabetes much less of a burden.
For now, patients with Type-1 diabetes have to regularly test their blood sugar levels, and inject themselves with insulin when it's needed.
Some researchers are developing machines to automate that process.
But Crystal Nyitray, founder and CEO of the biotechnology startup Encellin, in San Francisco, didn't want to use a machine to treat diabetes. As a graduate student in bioengineering at the University of California, San Francisco a few years ago, Nyitray wanted to try something different: living cells.
2017 Rosenman Innovator Green Sun Medical was awarded the top cash prize of $50,000 during the FDA-sponsored pediatric medical device competition at the Fifth Annual Pediatric Device Innovation Symposium in San Jose, Calif. organized by the Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation at Children’s National Health System.
Green Sun Medical is developing a dynamic scoliosis brace that will allow physicians to remotely monitor the performance on the patients.
“We are honored to have our scoliosis brace recognized with these other pediatric device innovations,” said Jamie Haggard, CEO of Green Sun Medical. He also said that current treatments include braces developed over 40 years ago and spinal fusion surgeries.
Congratulations to Rosenman Fellow Bill Malecki, co-founder, COO, and CTO of Channel Medsystems!
EMERYVILLE, Calif., Aug. 23, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Channel Medsystems, developer of an innovative, physician office-based therapy for heavy menstrual bleeding, announced today that it has secured a $14.1mm Series C-1 financing. The insider-led round included participation by Third Point Ventures, InCube Ventures, Aperture Venture Partners, Scientific Health Development, Longwood Fund, and Boston Scientific.
Channel Medsystems has developed the Cerene® Cryotherapy Device to treat heavy menstrual bleeding. Cerene allows women who are finished with childbearing to receive treatment in their gynecologist's office, a more comfortable and less-expensive setting of care than a hospital or surgery center. The Company plans to use this funding to support initiatives leading up to anticipated FDA approval as well as initial preparation for commercial launch.