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Mar

2018

GARWOOD MEDICAL DEVICES ANNOUNCES USE OF INNOVATIVE ENGINEERING SIMULATION SOFTWARE

Buffalo, N.Y.- Garwood Medical Devices, LLC, a company advancing infection control through innovation, announced today their collaboration with ANSYS through the ANSYS Startup Program. This collaboration will allow Garwood Medical Devices to speed development time of products and allow the company to perform accurate and virtual tests of their concepts.

8

Feb

2018

Garwood Medical Devices Announces Strategic Hire to Facilitate Engineering for Advanced Medical Devices

New addition brings engineering design and commercialization experience with multiple regulated medical products

Buffalo, N.Y.- Garwood Medical Devices, LLC. a company advancing infection control through innovation, announced today the appointment of Brian Peterson as the Company’s Vice President and Chief Technology Officer. Hired for his expertise in the design and development of various types of medical products, Mr. Peterson will be tasked with driving Garwood’s engineering and technology platforms for the company’s advanced medical products.

11

Sep

2017

Engineers receive $1 million for implantable system to detect lung cancer

Collaborators include Intel, Garwood Medical Devices and Roswell Park Cancer Institute

10

Aug

2017

Garwood Medical's two-pronged strategy coming into focus

by Dan Miner, Buffalo Business First

Garwood Medical Devices leaders say they're making steady progress on two separate medical device products, expecting to launch them both in 2018.

6

Jul

2017

Techconnect World Innovation Conference: May 2017

Computational Analysis of Electrical Stimulation Devices to Promote Wound Healing

Electric stimulation (ES) therapy involves the use of lower energy, static, or time-varying electric and magnetic fields and associated electrical currents to stimulate a therapeutic physiological response that accelerates wound healing in human tissue. In this presentation, we discuss this therapy and demonstrate the use of 3D computational models to predict the electric field and current density patterns induced in human tissue by voltage activated electrodes on the skin surface. The analysis takes into account electrode configurations, transient voltage waveforms and all relevant tissues including their frequency dependent electrical properties. The models provide insight into ES therapy and enable the rational design of novel ES devices.

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Mar

2017

Garwood Medical Devices Announces Two Key Patents Granted

For immediate release: March 31, 2017

BUFFALO, NY – Garwood Medical Devices, a Western New York medical device company whose
mission is advancing infection control through innovation, announced today that the U.S. Patent
and Trademark Office has granted two important patents to the company.

5

Dec

2016

Buffalo startup exec on the complexity of finding a manufacturing partner

Dan Miner, Buffalo Business First

This week's cover story in Buffalo Business First focuses on the growing cohort of startup companies moving into manufacturing – an obvious step for any enterprise that plans to have a physical product.

 

3

Oct

2016

A UB spinoff and a UB licensee selected to present at the University Startups Demo Day in Washington

Julie Molenda, UB

BUFFALO, N.Y. — University at Buffalo spinoff ZOETIC Pharmaceuticals and UB technology licensee Garwood Medical Devices are among the first 18 companies nationwide selected to present at the prestigious University Startups Demo Day. Full Article>>

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Sep

2016

UB Team travels to DC for prestigious Startup Demo Day

Charlotte Hsu, UB

Six UB staff and faculty members traveled to Washington, D.C., last week to represent the institution at the first University Startups Demo Day, a celebration of the best such companies in the nation. Full Article >>

24

Aug

2016

How Norm Murray became an investor in a Buffalo biotech company

Dan Minor, Business First Reporter

The former owner of U-C Coatings Corp. – who sold the business in 2013 – got interested in backing a Buffalo biomedical startup through a connection at the Thursday Club. Full Article>>
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