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AIMD Companies Founded by David R. Fischell, Ph.D.

Dr. David R. Fischell is a serial entrepreneur who has founded nine biomedical device companies in the last fifteen years. He is chairman of the Cornell University Biomedical Engineering Advisory Board, and a Fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering. After earning his Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Cornell University, Dr. Fischell

 
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Brainsgate’s Spheno-Palatine Ganglion Stimulator

Brainsgate‘s implantable pulse generator is designed to stimulate the Spheno-Palatine Ganglion.   It is activated by an external transcutaneous energy transmitter.  Brainsgate is evaluating the system’s capability to  augment cerebral blood flow as a treatment of ischemic stroke or dementia.

 
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AIMD Companies Founded by Yossi Gross

Yossi Gross (born February 5, 1947) is an Israeli medical device innovator and entrepreneur. His medical-device companies are incubated through Rainbow Medical. Currently, the following companies led by Yossi Gross are focusing on active implantable medical devices: BetaStim, developing a new neurostimulation treatment for diabetes Brainsgate, developing an implantable device for acute stroke treatment and brain

 
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AIMD Companies Founded by Dr. Shlomo Ben-Haim

Dr. Shlomo Ben-Haim has held faculty appointments as a Professor of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics, at both Harvard University and the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology. His formal education is in the fields of nuclear physics, mathematics, biomedical engineering, philosophy, and medicine. Dr. Ben-Haim has published his research in over 100 scientific papers, in

 
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AIMD Companies Founded by Mir A. Imran (InCube)

Mir A. Imran (born 1956, Hyderabad, India), is an Indian entrepreneur and venture capitalist. Imran has formed 19 companies since the early 80s and holds over 140 patents.  He is the founder and Chairman of InCube Laboratories, Inc., a research laboratory and business incubator for medical and technology companies Currently, four InCube companies are focusing

 
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Spinal Modulation Neuromodulation System

Spinal Modulation is a company based in Menlo Park, CA.  It has developed a neurostimulator for chronic intractable pain management. According to the company, the Spinal Modulation System utilizes low-level electrical signals to modulate neural structures of primary sensory neurons located within the dorsal root ganglion (DRG). These cell bodies have been implicated in the

 
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Tantalus II System for Treating Metabolic Syndrome

MetaCure’s TANTALUS II device is an advanced implantable electrical stimulator used to apply gastric stimulation. It works by enhancing the activity of gastric muscles only when the patient eats, which modifies hormone secretion, favorably affecting glucose and fat metabolism. At the same time, the stimulation causes the patient to feel satiated sooner and consume less

 
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Impulse Dynamics’ OPTIMIZER III IPG for Treatment of Heart Failure

Impulse Dynamics’ OPTIMIZER™ III Implantable Pulse Generator delivers Cardiac Contractility Modulation (CCM), non-excitatory electrical signals during the myocardial absolute refractory period in synchrony with locally sensed electrical activity. CCM signals are intended to treat patients with symptomatic heart failure despite appropriate medical treatment.

 
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