New York Huaqi Bioengineering | Lili Xu, CEO
New York Huaqi Bioengineering is developing products to preserve and enhance the health and functionality of donated human organs.
GreenBone Ortho | Alastair Clemow, President
Bone regenerating, load-bearing implants to treat severe fractures and conditions such as trauma and tumors that result in extensive bone loss.
Embody | Jeff Conroy, Embody
Collagen-based implants for the treatment of tendon and ligament injuries.
Acorn BioLabs | Drew Taylor, CEO
Acorn is developing a non-insaive cryopreservation solution for the preservation of healthy follicle cells for use in cellular treatments.
Exciton Pharma | Carla Spina, CSO
Exciton Pharma Corp (EPC) is a late-stage pre-clinical, multi-asset biotech company developing first-in-class compounds for the inclusive treatment of infection and skin diseases.
Sparta Biomedical | Dushyanth Surakanti, CEO
The first osseointegrative biomimetic knee cartilage implant.
Rapid Nexus | Dr. Margaret Kalmeta, CEO & Founder
Rapid Nexus has developed a first of its kind nanotechnology wound dressing, along with devices that accelerate healing, to rapidly close chronic non-healing wounds.
Access Vascular | James Biggins, President & CEO
Access Vascular is developing a suite of venous access devices that use our novel, patented biomaterial which is designed to prevent the most common and costly complications in venous access.
Carevature | Dennis Farrell, President & CEO
Carevature Medical develops advanced orthopedic solutions to address limitations of current surgical solutions.
restor3d | Ken Gall, CEO
By combining expertise in 3D printing with advanced biomaterials and artificial intelligence, restor3d is creating patient-specific orthopedic implants to reconstruct and repair the human body.
Leonhardt Ventures | Howard Leonhardt, CEO
The company is focused on organ regeneration & recovery innovations based on the convergence of bioelectrics & biologics.
Nanochon | Ben Holmes, CEO
Nanochon is applying novel materials to replicate bone and cartilage, and high-end 3D printing to create an implant which can permanently repair debilitating joint injuries.