North Andover, Mass.-based startup MindChild Medical landed a research partnership with Oxford University dedicated to developing signal processing software with MindChild’s Meridian, a non-invasive fetal heart rate data monitor.
Here’s the latest personnel changes from medical device, diagnostics and life science companies around the nation. For more recent hirings and firings, check out MassDevice’s compilation of the latest personnel moves.
Omar Amirana, a partner at Oxford Biosciences, a life sciences VC firm that manages more than $1 billion in capital, will be pulling up anchor and moving over to Allied Minds, a “a private equity-funded innovation company.”
Allied Minds, which bills itself as “a holding company that creates subsidiary companies and supports them with capital, management, and shared services,” has offices in Boston and Los Angeles. The firm has over $250 million in assets and specializes in developing technology created at universities and research labs.