Primed For Growth: ET seen as fertile ground for medical device innovation
By: Carly Harrington
A valve system that helps regulate fluid in the brain. A probe developed to assist in removal of scar tissue in the eye. A nucear imaging test that corrects for motion in humans and small animals.
These are among an increasing number of medical device innovations being developed in East Tennessee, an area some say is well-positioned for growth in the development and commercialization of such technologies.
The topic was the first in a three-part series for launch Tennessee's Venture Match Program held last week at the Provision Center for Proton Therapy in West Knoxville's Dowell Springs Business Park...
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