June 2017 Cohort
The June 2017 VentureWell ASPIRE workshop was held at TechTown Detroit. TechTown is Detroit’s most established business accelerator and incubator, offering a full suite of entrepreneurial services for both tech and neighborhood enterprises.
The program gathered 11 science and engineering-based startups in the healthcare sector from around the world that are actively raising capital, have initial validation of product-market fit, and have tested business model hypotheses.
Meet the June 2017 Life Sciences cohort below:
AIMTech is bringing a low-cost, low-tech ventilation device called NeoVent to thousands of infants in low-middle income countries.
AvidCor is a cardiac monitoring device capable of measuring EKG (heart rate and rhythm), pulse oximetry, and skin temperature.
D&P BioInnovations provides an implantable, bioresorbable medical device to regenerate a damaged esophagus.
editekk provides surface technology for biomedical spine implant manufacturers that increases bone fixation by a factor of 3, preventing biofilm formation and implant failure.
Embryyo is a medical technology R&D company specializing in clinical need finding, inventing and commercial validation of novel medical devices.
GreenMark has a dental diagnostic technology that can find pre-cavities earlier and enable targeted treatment delivery.
Melius Outcomes is an end-to-end software and services solution to improve the quality / safety of health care.
Nanochon is developing a 3D printed implantable medical device for cartilage repair in the knee.
Soft Lesion Analytics
Soft Lesion Analytics is automating the point-of-care biopsy assessment process to streamline clinical diagnostics.
TheraB Medical is a startup launching SnugLit—a wearable, portable solution to infant jaundice that promotes maternal-infant bonding and breastfeeding.