Decellularization technology developer MiroMatrix Medical raised $23 million in a new round of equity financing, according to an SEC filing posted last week. MiroMatrix develops and utilizes a proprietary technology to remove cells, or decellularize, organs and tissue. Currently, MiroMatrix has 510(k) clearance for its MiroMesh biological mesh used during hernia repair procedures and as a […]
Billionaire hedge fund manager David Tepper, of Appaloosa Management, bought 7.8 million shares of Boston Scientific stock during the 4th quarter, according to regulatory filings, for a stake with a market value of $41.6 million as of Dec. 31.
A group of Cincinnati gastroenterologists have been joined by several business and technology partners to launch a health IT company that develops intraoperative voice-command software to document surgical procedures.
The company, eMerge Health Solutions, received $650,000 in investment commitments, including $250,000 from state-supported venture development group CincyTech.
Founders of companies often clash with CEOs hired to operate the business. But at Miromatrix Medical Inc., a regenerative medicine firm spun out of the University of Minnesota, it happened just over a year after the company began operations.
The company was spun out of UMinn in December 2009 and formally set up in February 2010 when the university signed an exclusive licensing agreement allowing the research of Doris Taylor to be commercialized.