From left to right: Jesse Christopher (CEO, Longeviti Neuro Solutions), Brad Hennessie (CEO, NextStep Robotics), Deborah Hemingway (Managing Partner, Ecphora Capital), Steve Schaefer (CEO, Mi-Helper), Andrea Pais (CEO, Novel Microdevices) Maryland’s [….]
Baltimore, MD is continuing to emerge as one of the next great cities for medtech and medical device innovation. That’s just one of the reasons that Maryland was selected to host MedTech Innovator (MTI) and BioTools Innovator (BTI) for their East Coast pitch events on March 28-31, 2023. MTI and BTI are the largest and highest-performing global pitch competitions and accelerator programs for the life sciences field. Companies can apply before January 31st.
In 2019, Fulton Bank launched a new division aimed at supporting life sciences companies that many financial institutions shied away from historically—young, emerging bioscience and tech companies that offer high risk, high reward investment profiles.
This is Part Two of our series on the vibrant Baltimore medtech ecosystem gaining significant momentum in Baltimore. Part One featured five exciting companies, including CoapTech, JuneBrain, ClearMask, LifeSprout, and NextStep Robotics.
BioBuzz has been reporting on myriad medtech university system spinouts and maturing companies from the Baltimore area for a number of years; we’ve featured a number of exciting and promising individual companies. However, as we’ve stepped back a bit to examine more recent Baltimore biohub developments, it’s become clear that there is an unmistakable groundswell of medtech activity that’s transforming the Baltimore life sciences sector.
The Baltimore biotech ecosystem is thriving. And new, big and bold life sciences development projects are in the works, leading many to project Charm City as the next sector of the BioHealth Capital Region (BHCR) to boom.
The University of Maryland (UM) BioPark today announced its newest tenant, NextStep Robotics Inc., a therapeutic device and robotics company creating advanced solutions to alleviate and eventually eliminate foot drop symptoms. NextStep, a company based on technology licensed from University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB), will use its new 3,600-sq. ft. space to build out its manufacturing capabilities as well as a state-of-the-art biomechanics laboratory including advanced motion analysis systems.
UMB Startup Breethe Acquired by Abiomed to Commercialize Wearable Artificial Lung System The Deal Marks Another Successful Exit Supported by UM Ventures May 26, 2020 Breethe, a company built on [….]
Baltimore’s Top 10 BioHealth Startup CEOs April 10, 2019 Baltimore is brimming with entrepreneurial talent. A new generation of CEOs and inventors are emerging right here in Baltimore with companies [….]
The secret to becoming a successful CEO “Build your own comfort level with being uncomfortable”. Brad Hennessie, CEO of NextStep Robotics,