“New York Medical College welcomes a pioneering company like Thermopraxis to our campus as our first prospective incubator tenant,” said Robert W. Amler, MD, NYMC’s Dean of the School of Health Sciences and Practice and Vice President of Government Affairs. “This is a promising new venture that, if successful, could transform our approach to traumatic brain injuries in a very meaningful way.”
“With Thermopraxis' announcement that it will establish its headquarters at NYMC in Valhalla, we continue to add to our world-class ecosystem that is the NY BioHud Valley.” Larry Gottlieb, president of the Hudson Valley Economic Development Corporation, continued, “We’re creating this growth environment by facilitating networking discussions among biotech and medical device executives, moving innovative companies such as Thermopraxis into the Hudson Valley, and connecting firms to NYMC’s incredible resources. That’s how you build a successful biotech cluster.”
About Thermopraxis-Stratego Alliance
Thermopraxis, LLC was founded by partners Renato Rozental, MD, PhD, CEO and Chief Scientific Officer of the Company, and Anthony L. Finley, LLB (Hons.), President of the Company, to commercialize the company’s proprietary therapies for traumatic or hypoxic-ischemic brain and spinal cord injuries, and other systemic injuries (contusions) using the recognized therapeutic effects of hypothermia or cooling. Thermopraxis in New York operates in alliance with Stratego, its sister company in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Both companies are owned by the same principals and have the same goals, but the strategy of creating two companies, one based in the USA and the other in Brazil has enabled the Alliance to draw upon the benefits available for the advancement of technology offered in each country. Thermopraxis in collaboration with its Brazilian partner company Stratego will conti
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