Mayo Clinic welcomes 8 startups to innovation accelerator

Mayo Clinic and Arizona State University's MedTech Accelerator welcomed eight healthcare technology-focused startups. 

The MedTech Accelerator, which helps early-stage medtech companies develop and perfect new products, license intellectual property and sponsor necessary research and studies, launched its third cohort of participating companies March 28. 

The eight startups will pursue their goals through personalized development plans, an entrepreneurship curriculum, mentoring and consumer interactions, followed by 12 months of close collaboration with ASU and Mayo Clinic. 

After their time in the program, participants will have created business development plans in partnership with ASU and Mayo Clinic. They will also have access to accelerated investment, networking opportunities and marketing opportunities.

Here are the eight startups joining the program along with the products and services they are creating, per Mayo Clinic and ASU.

  1. Apex Biologix (Murray, Utah) a company that provides regenerative medicine equipment and supplies to physicians using regenerative medicine to treat patients.
     
  2. GinaLife (Israel) a femtech company developing a platform of biomarkers strategy supported by AI to detect women's diseases, such as ovarian and cancer.
     
  3. Medecipher Solutions (Denver, Colo.) a company developing a nurse-centric decision support platform with aims to automate outdated work processes.

  4. Sense Neuro Diagnostics (Norwood, Ohio) a company developing noninvasive scanners to detect and monitor the condition of the brain in real time using low-power radio waves.

  5. Serva Energy (Tempe, Ariz.) a clean energy technology company, looking to expand the applications of nuclear medicine, through identification and manufacturing of novel radioisotopes, for use in diagnostic imaging and cancer therapy.

  6. SinuSonic (Columbia, S.C.) a company that has developed a drug-free solution to nasal congestion.

  7. Spatial (Emeryville, Calif.) a company that designs audio tools to create virtual soundscapes where you work.

  8. Xsensio (Switzerland) a company that developed a Lab-on-Skin sensing platform to sense biochemical information at the surface of the skin.

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