Updated February 28 at 8:42pm
Life Sciences
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For people silenced by unwelcome intruders such as a stroke, traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury or Lou Gehrig’s disease, which affects the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord that control voluntary muscle movement, mental activity may not have stopped – only the means to communicate may be interrupted. more
Taking the next steps in centralizing and building on its research capabilities, Lifespan announced Monday the creation of the Clinical Research Center, to be based at the health care conglomerate’s Coro Building in Providence’s Knowledge District, as well as at The Miriam Hospital in the city’s East Side. more
A Cherrystone Angel Group portfolio company, Windgap Medical Inc., was awarded nearly $1 million through a Massachusetts Life Sciences Center accelerator loan program. more
The recent change in leadership at IlluminOss Medical, a commercial stage medical device company focused on minimally invasive orthopedic fracture repair, reflects its changing direction, according to those familiar with the company. more
IlluminOss Medical has received conditional approval from the federal Food and Drug Administration to conduct a clinical trial for treatments of impending and pathologic fractures in the humerus due to metastatic carcinoma. more
Researchers from The Miriam Hospital recently published their study on the effects of smoking during pregnancy and its impact on the stress response in newborn babies. more
Venture capital firm SV Life Sciences has acquired a majority interest in Ximedica from co-founders Stephen Lane and Aidan Petrie. more
MedMates grew up out of a simple premise: Put enough health-tech industry members in a room together, and innovation will take care of itself. more
When Johnna A. Pezzullo and Lynne A. Haughey met in 1987, they were both nurses at the Roger Williams Medical Center in Providence. more
The “knowledge economy” is a tantalizing vision as one path for Rhode Island to shake off the economic doldrums of its shrunken manufacturing base and maximize the talent and skill in the state’s colleges and forward-thinking businesses. more
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