Mercury Biomed Awarded NIH Grant


News release excerpt provided by GlobeNewswire.

Mercury Biomed, a company developing a novel approach to managing core body temperature, announces it has won a non-dilutive Phase I Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grant through the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) for $225,000. The award (R41GM119871) will enable Mercury to accelerate commercialization of its first device, a disruptive solution for warming patients in the peri-operative environment.

“Managing core body temperature safely and effectively in surgical procedures remains a big challenge, and Mercury’s air-free patient warming solution is designed for physicians and hospitals transitioning to value-based care and alternative payment models,” explains Brian Patrick, Mercury Co-Founder.

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Originally published May 11, 2017.

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