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Spine Secure’s Non-Invasive Halo

Spine Secure’s Non-Invasive Halo

Unmet Need Globally, over 15 million people are living with spinal cord injury as of 2021. Based on data from 2019, 0.9 million new cases emerged in a year. While most cases are due to…

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Targeted delivery of gene therapy for cardiac reprogramming with enhanced efficacy

Targeted delivery of gene therapy for cardiac reprogramming with enhanced efficacy

Unmet Need Cardiac injury results in irreversible and permanent loss of cardiomyocytes, leading to heart failure with ~40% mortality within 4 years from diagnosis. It has been shown that directly reprogramming scar fibroblasts into new…

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An injectable hydrogel scaffold that delivers gene therapies locally

An injectable hydrogel scaffold that delivers gene therapies locally

Unmet Need Gene therapy has applications ranging from tissue engineering to vaccine development to infectious disease. Most approaches to deliver nucleic material involve the systemic intravenous delivery of condensed nucleic acid (e.g., within a virus…

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A system for securing intraocular lenses during cataract surgery and other applications where sutures create challenges

A system for securing intraocular lenses during cataract surgery and other applications where sutures create challenges

Unmet Need Suturing is a common method to close wounds and fixate devices. However, due to the inherent physical constraints of the intraocular cavity, forming knots within the eye to affix hardware or repair damaged…

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Peptide materials for immunomodulation

Peptide materials for immunomodulation

Value Proposition Glatiramoids are biomaterials synthesized for use as immunomodulators. Specifically, they are polypeptide mixtures with randomized amino acid sequences. Glatiramoids are currently FDA approved for use in multiple sclerosis. They have also been explored…

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Abl kinase inhibitors promote lung regeneration after pathogen and chemical-induced injury

Abl kinase inhibitors promote lung regeneration after pathogen and chemical-induced injury

Value Proposition Damage to the lung epithelium in response to pathogens is a major health problem worldwide. Parenchymal lung infections disrupt lung epithelial architecture and function by eliciting destruction of airway and alveolar cell populations.…

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Ex vivo scavenging of pro-inflammatory nucleic acids by electrospun cationic nanofibers

Ex vivo scavenging of pro-inflammatory nucleic acids by electrospun cationic nanofibers

Value proposition Chronic wounds are a challenge to treat and consume a great deal of healthcare resources around the globe. In the setting of chronic wounds, dead and dying cells are continuously releasing nucleic acids…

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