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Medical Alley Connecting Companies for Covid-19 Response – April 2, 2020

Via Twin Cities Business A new online tool helps groups find organizations that can provide high-need products or services. Getting the right medical equipment to the people who need it has a heightened importance in the era of the Covid-19 pandemic. The Golden Valley-based Medical Alley Association, a trade group for the state’s health care […]

At The Table – May 2020

When Minnesota’s legislative session opened on February 11, legislators had plans for a robust bonding bill that addressed infrastructural needs, advanced elements of each party’s vision for the state, and made use – in one way or another – of the state’s $1.5 billion surplus. Little more than a month later, the reality of the […]

For The Record with Jackie Mejia, Director, gBETA Medtech

Jackie came to gener8tor after working for several years as a research scientist and lab manager. Her research focused on developing novel technologies to solve environmental challenges and protect public health. During this time, Jackie learned to balance multiple projects, work with various collaborators, become a successful mentor, and communicate her scientific results effectively to […]

In the Know: Healthcare News for May 18, 2020

Medtronic receives US FDA approval for Cobalt and Crome implantable ICDs Boston Scientific prices $1.7b offering Minnesota Blues CEO Craig Samitt on COVID-19, 2021 Rates Increases, Telehealth, Medicare for all, and WFH Smiths Medical Acquires the Business of Access Scientific, LLC, Expanding Vascular Access Offering Minnesota Masons give $35 million to the University of Minnesota […]

GetUsPPE Delivers One Million Face Shields to Healthcare Facilities Nationwide

Via Boston Scientific GetUsPPE, a leading volunteer organization connecting healthcare providers with supplies of PPE (personal protective equipment), has delivered one million face shields to healthcare facilities around the United States. Shields manufactured and donated by medical device manufacturer Boston Scientific (NYSE: BSX) were distributed by partners including Amazon to healthcare facilities in more than 40 U.S. […]

In the Know: Healthcare News for May 11, 2020

Rebiotix and Ferring announce world’s first with positive preliminary pivotal Phase 3 data for investigational microbiome-based therapy RBX2660 3M completes $650M drug delivery unit sale, but business to remain in Twin Cities Predictive Oncology Initiates $2.2M Direct Stock Offering Study tests revolutionary treatments for depression The Lacek Group Expands Healthcare Practice and Joins Medical Alley […]

FDA Authorizes First-Of-Its-Kind Low-Cost Ventilator Developed by University of Minnesota

Via University of Minnesota The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today authorized the production and use of a low-cost ventilator first conceived by a team of University of Minnesota researchers and an alumnus. Known as the Coventor, this ventilator is the first-of-its-kind authorized for use under the FDA’s Emergency Use Authorization for the COVID-19 outbreak.  “Our […]

How Boston Scientific is Responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Via Boston Scientific “At Boston Scientific, our priority is to protect and aid the health and safety of our employees, our physician customers and their patients. That has always meant ensuring that our life-changing devices and therapies would be available when needed. Now, it means finding new and creative ways to support the frontline healthcare […]

Up & Running with Joe Connolly of Visana Health

Joe Connolly spent nearly a decade in medical devices R&D and strategy, most recently with 6 years at Boston Scientific. At Boston Scientific, he led a strategy & innovation team that mapped disease states, patient pathways, and health system barriers that hindered optimal patient care, and partnered with top-tier health systems to implement a digital […]

Up & Running with Patrick Walsh and Vincent Truong of Anatomi Corp

Patrick Walsh, M.S. CEO/CTO is a serial inventor with 10 years’ experience innovating in stem cell biology. Patrick led both academic and industrial research teams in manufacture of stem cell products and provided technical proof-of-concept to secure $16M in federal contracting work for Lonza, Inc. Patrick earned his Masters of Science in Stem Cell Biology […]

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