International Hub of BioMedical InnovationThe Akron BioMedical Corridor is a synergistic collection of companies and organizations that are leaders in the fields of biomedicine and biomaterials. Through collaboration with the City of Akron, the Akron BioMedical Corridor attracts companies, both domestic and international, to bring their expertise and technology to the area, while assisting them in expanding their presence in the North American market.
The Akron Biomedical Corridor team will be exhibiting at the Life Sciences Baltics 2016 Conference this September. For more information about the conference, visit lsb2016.com
- 3 Nov. 2017Nervive receives federal grant!Nervive Inc. of Akron has been awarded a $3.1 million federal grant to test its stroke treatment device on patients. The money will fund an early feasibility clinical study intended to help Nervive learn more about how its VitalFlow device works in a clinical setting while also providing data that could justify larger clinical trials. Nervive makes their home in our Akron Global Accelerator. Congratulations!Read More
- 1 Nov. 2017Heal Ohio Success in Akron The Heal Ohio CollaborativeSM is a voluntary multi-disciplinary and multi-institutional collaborative dedicated to research, education, and commercialization activity focused on all aspects of wound healing and prevention to enhance patient care through formulation and testing of new diagnostic, drug, and therapeutic means and to increase outreach and educational opportunities in the Ohio community at large. It is a statewide collaborative that aims to unite scientists, healthcare professionals, and commercial partners who share a common vision and mission to solve problems associated with wound healing. In doing this, it will serve to bridge the gaps that exist between clinics, research, business, and patients. Read More
- 19 Jan. 2017Successful Heal Ohio Conference Attracts Over 150 AttendeesThe 2016 Heal Ohio Conference was held at Quaker Station, on our campus in Akron, Ohio. There were over 152 attendees from 36 companies and health care centers, in addition to the 7 represented universities.Read More