LifeScience Alley 2013 Conference to Highlight Innovative New Medical and Health Technologies
LifeScience Alley announced today that 10 life science and health technology organizations will be exhibiting cutting-edge products as part of the association’s New Technology Showcase at the 2013 LifeScience Alley Conference. Three of the 10 selected organizations will be presenting their technologies during the luncheon plenary session in front of an audience representing more than 450 national and international life science and healthcare organizations. The Conference will take place on November 20 at the Minneapolis Convention Center in Minneapolis, Minn.
During the luncheon general session, Omnis Pharma, Inc., of Rochester, Minn., will discuss its development of a cancer-selective virus particularly suited to destroy relapsed or metastatic cancer cells. Rebiotix, Inc., of Roseville, Minn., will be presenting the Microbiota Restoration Therapy (MRT) which delivers live, human-derived microbes to patients’ intestinal tracts to restore microbial balance and treat certain diseases. Additionally, VGBio of Naperville, Ill., will demonstrate its remote patient monitoring and predictive analytics system, which converts patient vitals into actionable, clinically significant information to aid in proactive care.
These organizations will be joined in the New Technology Showcase exhibit area, located in the exhibit hall, by seven other finalists: CogCubed, a Minneapolis, Minn., company exhibiting a unique approach to diagnosing and treating cognitive health by analyzing game play data and transforming it into objective results; Datuit, LLC., a Roseville, Minn., company displaying a platform allowing patients, family and clinicians to confidentially share medical information; Imanis Life Sciences, LLC., a Rochester, Minn., company showcasing a novel, gene-based platform for promoting non-invasive, long-term imaging technologies in living beings; Mednology Solutions, LLC., an Excelsior, Minn., company exhibiting a proprietary technology system designed to improve efficiency in the management of medical emergencies; NanoVault Medical, LLC., a St. Paul, Minn., company sharing a cellular and biotherapeutic delivery technology to treat autoimmune diseases; ReMind Technologies, based in Houston, Tex., exhibiting a smartphone-based medication dispensing device with integrated disease management software and Skyline Medical, Inc., an Eagan, Minn., company showcasing a fully automated surgical fluid disposal device with unlimited capacity and real-time fluid volume data.
The New Technology Showcase provides an opportunity for companies around the world to apply for the opportunity to exhibit innovative medical device, pharmaceutical, biotechnology and health technology products.