FDA grants Emergency Use Authorization in the fight against COVID-19 to a new system from Oberlin’s Synapse Biomedical: Crain’s Cleveland Business

Cleveland, Ohio

Synapse Biomedical Inc. of Oberlin announced it has received the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Emergency Use Authorization for a new system to help wean patients off ventilators during the COVID-19 pandemic.

When Synapse Biomedical was founded, it became one of the first companies to receive funding from JumpStart, a northeast Ohio partner of Ohio Third Frontier. The organization also assigned Synapse Biomedical an entrepreneur-in-residence to help the company complete the different legal and financial processes required to start a business.

Synapse Biomedical recently partnered with Case Western Reserve University on a $3 million Innovation Platform Program grant from Ohio Third Frontier. The company will use this funding to begin manufacturing an advanced platform version of its devices in-house. By doing so, the company hopes to expand its technology to help those who have difficulties with hand grip, standing and bladder control.

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Written by Scott Suttell

Originally published April 13, 2020.

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