CytoAgents is focused on the development of innovative pharmaceutical products for the treatment of symptoms associated with Cytokine Release Syndrome (CRS), an overreaction of the immune system, commonly known as cytokine storm.
Emergence Dental is a research and development-stage medical device company taking a dental-first approach to emerging new regenerative products from metallic magnesium alloys, that safely resorb when implanted in the body.
Gus Gear, LLC.
Gus Gear’s flagship product, the Central Line Vest, was designed to keep Gus’s line locked down and secure, not only from accidental pulls but also from his wandering fingers. This comfortable vest covers and secures single, double, or multiple lumen central lines, eliminating the trauma from line pulls while allowing the wearer to be as active and independent as possible without undue fear of damaging their line.
Hale Therapeutics is on a mission to end one of the leading causes of preventable death; smoking. Through their consumer-facing device, they’ve combined smoking cessation science with an elegant full-stack solution to wean people off of nicotine. Hale’s connected medical vaporizer automatically and gradually reduces nicotine intake over time, helping people achieve their goals of quitting smoking better than current Nicotine Replacement Therapies.
June Brain, Inc.
June Brain is providing a telehealth eye-scanning solution that allows providers to identify new disease activity outside of the clinic for the more than 500 million individuals worldwide suffering from retinal and neurological disease.
MindTrace is developing technology that allows neurosurgeons to remove brain tumors and seizure-generating tissue, while ensuring each patient leaves the hospital the same person they were when they arrived, preserving personality and skills.
Naima Health is an interdisciplinary team developing the MyHealthyPregnancy app which uses decision science, machine learning, and maternal-fetal health expertise to help pregnant women minimize their risk of adverse outcomes — including preterm birth.
Parcel Health creates innovative and sustainable medication packaging. More than eight billion plastic prescription bottles are used annually in the United States, most ending up in landfills. Parcel Health provides eco-friendly medication packaging that is designed to be child-resistant and elderly-friendly, all while improving pharmacy workflows and reducing medication errors.
SpIntellx is disrupting the precision medicine pathology market by creating unprecedented predictive knowledge from patient disease samples creating a new paradigm for personalized therapeutic strategies, identification of novel targets for drug discovery, advanced prognostics and companion diagnostics, intelligent case triaging, quality assurance and clinical trial stratification.
Spoken helps people with aphasia or other language disorders speak again by predicting likely words and phrases. The company has taken the same machine learning algorithms that power a phone’s autocomplete function and applied them to much bigger data, giving suggestions that fit the context and improve with time. It’s a radically different approach to treating disabilities that aims to serve a growing global market.
Sterile Vision’s goal is to help build the operating room of the future. In today’s operating room, there is large variability among procedures and surgeon preferences that make organization and tracking of the surgical instruments a cumbersome task. This leads to operating room processes that are prone to missing instruments, excessively large trays and workflow inefficiency.
At Sterile Vision, we offer the solution via use of computer vision to accurately track surgical instruments inside and outside the operating room. Hands-free tracking will lead to reduction of lost instruments, optimization of large instrument trays, increased OR efficiency, and decreased costs.
Telling.ai analyzes voice and breath sounds to assess lung health.