Category: Funding Roundup
Skyline Medical reveals in an SEC filing that it raised about $733,000 to help pay its officers and directors.
Minnesota device maker issued a series of updates this month on its legal and financial dealings, including that it secured more than $733,000 to help pay for its corporate expenses.
Here's a look at some of the top funding stories for medical device companies this week: DICOM Grid raises $6M for cloud-based medical imaging systems; Welch Allyn leads $7M round for Cardiac Insight; Biolase launches $12M private placement amid internal turmoil, shares soar; Trice Medical reels in $12M, ex-Embrella founder O'Donnell
Trice Medical says it reeled in the 1st tranche of a nearly $12 million Series B round and named ex-Embrella Cardiovascular Jeffrey O'Donnell Sr. as chairman & CEO.
Trice Medical said it raised the 1st tranche of an $11.6 million Series B round and named medtech veteran Jeffrey O'Donnell Sr. as its new CEO.
A $7 million funding round for Cardiac Insight, 1st reported by MassDevice.com, was led by Welch Allyn and includes exclusive global distribution rights, the companies said yesterday.
Wall Street rallies as dental laser maker Biolase raises $12 million through a private placement round, even as the company deals with an ongoing civil war involving ousted CEO Federico Pignatelli.
California-based Biolase (NSDQ:BIOL) announced today that it secured $12 million in a private placement funding round, even as the company weathers the internal tumult following the ouster of former CEO Federico Pignatelli.
DICOM Grid touts $6 million raised in an inside funding round in support of the company's cloud-based medical imaging management and exchange platform.
Vermont medical imaging services provider DICOM Grid today announced that it raised $6 million in an inside funding round, with investment coming from Canaan Partners, CHL Medical Partners, the Mayo Clinic and several individual investors.
A new investment report from Minnesota's LifeScience Alley shows a major year-over-year surge in medical device funding in the state.
Minnesota medical device startups got a big boost in funding in the 2nd quarter of 2014, with 134% more money invested than during the same period last year, according to a new report.
The numbers suggest greater interest in early-stage deals, according to LifeScience Alley, the North Star State's medical device and life sciences lobbying group.