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SpineSmith Partners Collaborates with University of Texas Biomedical Engineering Students to Develop Innovative Products
Date:11/12/2008

p>SpineSmith believes collaborating with one of the nation's largest research centers gives SpineSmith a competitive advantage to the numerous companies trying to enter the regenerative medicine market. The opportunity to work with the distinguished students of The University of Texas gives SpineSmith a wealth of knowledge and a source for job candidates who will be the future of the medical device marketplace.

About SpineSmith Partners, LP

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SpineSmith Partners, LP designs, develops and markets implants and biologics for surgical fixation, correction and tissue regeneration of the spine. The company focuses on development of truly innovative biological and hardware technologies for use in the treatment of patients with spinal disorders. Fusionary(TM) is a product by SpineSmith, an Austin, Texas-based company. For more information, visit http://www.spinesmithusa.com or call 512.206.0770.

About UT, Austin

The University of Texas Department of Biomedical Engineering is a joint venture among The University of Texas at Austin, The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center and the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. The multi-institutional effort combines the strength of one of the nation's largest research universities, the nation's top cancer research center, and a premier medical school.

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Keri Kimler, SpineSmith, (512) 206-0770

Prof. James Tunnell, UT, Austin, (512) 232-2110

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