Archive for the ‘Health Care’ Category

Cell therapy company licenses IU School of Medicine tech that creates blood vessels

Posted on April 4th, 2016 | By Steve Martin

Indiana University Research and Technology Corp., which protects intellectual property developed in the Indiana University campus system, has licensed technology that creates human blood vessels to Cellular Dynamics International, a Fujifilm company based in Madison, Wisconsin. The technology was developed by Dr. Mervin C. Yoder, the Richard and Pauline Klinger Professor of Pediatrics and professor […]

McROBBIE: Indiana Biosciences Research Institute is positioned to drive a new wave of medical innovation and economic prosperity

Posted on March 15th, 2016 | By Michael A. McRobbie

The decision by Lilly Endowment and the Eli Lilly and Co. Foundation, announced two weeks ago, to pledge a combined $100 million to further the development of the Indiana Biosciences Research Institute is the latest evidence of the extraordinary commitment by many of the state’s leading institutions to making Indiana a hotbed of research aimed […]

Newly launched Faros Healthcare licenses technology from IURTC to create advanced predictive analytics for health care providers

Posted on March 4th, 2016 | By Steve Martin

Faros Healthcare LLC, a spin-out of Centerstone Research Institute, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving behavioral health care through research and information technology, is bringing patent-pending artificial intelligence technology and software to health care providers through an exclusive license from Indiana University Research and Technology Corp. “Faros provides a cloud-based platform that integrates with existing […]

Digital approach by IU dental resident, IUPUI team restores Evansville man’s lower face

Posted on February 24th, 2016 | By Bill W. Hornaday

Back in 1997, Evansville mechanic Shirley Anderson developed tongue cancer. The radiation treatment worked — at least for a time — as he thought was cancer free after 15 years had passed. But the cancer returned in 2012 and this time, the severe side effects of radiation therapy destroyed Anderson’s mandible. After several unsuccessful attempts […]