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Research Tools & Reagents

RNA‐Seq provides comprehensive transcriptome profiling and allows for both mapping and quantifying transcriptome signatures associated with diseases.

College of Arts & Sciences
License Fiscal Year: 2000
Inventor(s): Alan Lambowitz
CEO: Paul Gold
Spirosure Inc.
Medical Devices, Diagnostics & Imaging

Spirosure is developing devices using novel, breath-based analysis technology to diagnose and manage respiratory diseases. The company's breath-analysis devices focus on providing cost-effective, non-invasive products to diagnose and manage chronic respiratory disease, such as asthma, COPD and chronic pulmonary hypertension. The company uses novel sensors, proprietary algorithms and consumer technology, enabling medical researchers to detect biomarkers in a patient's breath to diagnose and monitor respiratory conditions.

College of Arts & Sciences
License Fiscal Year: 2014
Inventor(s): Prabir Dutta
CEO: Solomon Ssenyange
SpineDynX LLC
Medical Devices, Diagnostics & Imaging

SpineDynX is a medical device company commercializing the clinical lumbar motion monitor (cLMM).  The cLMM enables improved outcomes for spine treatment at the point of care by providing objective and actionable data. Currently, there is a lack of objective data to accurately diagnose, track and treat low back pain. The cLMM uses an extensive patient database to assess a patient’s back in motion and accurately determine the extent and nature of impairment, as well as current re-injury risk. 

College of Engineering
License Fiscal Year: 2016
Inventor(s): Bill Marras
CEO: Curtis Crocker
S4 Medical Inc.
Medical Devices, Diagnostics & Imaging

S4 Medical is a medical device company focused on innovative solutions for cardiac procedures to treat atrial fibrillation (Afib). Afib is an irregular heartbeat affecting 30 million people worldwide. Catheter ablation is an effective treatment for Afib, but carries a risk of esophageal injury due to the close anatomical position of the heart and esophagus. The company’s initial product is a simple, yet comprehensive, solution for reducing complications to the esophagus during catheter ablation treatment for Afib, resulting in improved patient outcomes.

College of Medicine
License Fiscal Year: 2018
Inventor(s): Nishaki Mehta; Emile Daoud; Veeral Oza
CEO: Bill Fuller
SolitonReach Inc.
Medical Devices, Diagnostics & Imaging

SolitonReach is a system of drift-free motion capture sensors that performs inertial measurement sensing of functional movement and range of motion analysis. The company’s sensors are wireless and have a long battery life with negligible drift, making them useful for repeatable measurements in clinical and sports applications. The company is focused initially on developing sensors for total knee, partial knee and total hip replacement surgical applications.

College of Engineering
License Fiscal Year: 2016
Inventor(s): Furrukh Khan
CEO: David Moritz