- MatriLab, a Madison-based start-up that is developing technologies for the $6 billion worldwide wound care market, has won the 2006 Governor's Business Plan Contest.
The company, which was honored during an awards ceremony during the 2006 Wisconsin Entrepreneur's Conference
, was one of 27 finalists that pres......Full article >>>
ddress a major health problem, he said.
Kao said many existing drugs used for wound care are potentially toxic to surrounding tissues, but the IPN product is unique because it is the only technology that directs medication to the wound site. "The drugs are released in a localized fashion to the immediate tissue environment," Kao explained. "It is both time and spatially controlled."
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thcare.org">St. Luke's Medical Center in Milwaukee.
MatriLab's goal is to have its first product on the market by the end of 2008, with key customers being wound care clinics, and nurses in home healthcare or skilled care settings. Thompson said the company has chosen a product with a relatively low-risk entry point, and with a simple regulatory pathway to the market.
"We've ......Full article >>>
th scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the Medical College of Wisconsin
, St. Luke's Medical Center, and management consultants at Milwaukee's TechStar Early Ventures
. Thompson is affiliated with TechStar, which helps launch high-tech companies. Dr. Kao is with UW-Madison, and Kelleher brings 25 years of ex......Full article >>>
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