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Bio-Logic Systems, another Midwest life-science firm, flies under the radar

Over the last two years of writing this column, I have become aware of a lot of life science companies headquartered or operating in the Midwest. Part of the challenge of this column has been to bring them to the item of my readers.

Though many Midwest life science companies are well known, often a number of them are flying under the rada......

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This year, the company is celebrating its 25th anniversary. With more than 150 employees, Bio-Logic Systems has traded on the Nasdaq since 1983.

Its stock jumped last week from about $7 per share in October and early November to $9.44 share, which is a 35 percent jump. It was trading at about $5.40 per share a year ago. It's up about 75 percent for the year. It has trad......

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It appears that Bio-Logic Systems evolved out of Northwestern University. Its current CEO, Gabriel Raviv, who has been with the company since its inception, was previously director of the Clinical Research Instrumention Laboratory at Evanston Hospital (an ......

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'"/> By Michael Rosen 12/06/04

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