Funding NEWS

Biocrede MLSIC

[2016-05] NIH SBIR Ph1 business grant awarded: We received NIH funding to develop a in-line blood sensor to prevent patient sudden death.

[2015-09] NIH STTR Ph2 business grant awarded: We have received NIH funding to perform animal studies using our advanved catheters to reduce/eliminate catheter associated dysfunction for long periods of use.

[2014-09] NIH SBIR Ph1 business grant awarded: We have received NIH funding to develop a powered catheter to reduce/eliminate catheter associated dysfunction for long periods of use.

[2013-10] NIH STTR Ph1 business grant awarded: We have received NIH funding to perform pilot animal studies to develop an advanced catheter to reduce/eliminate catheter associated dysfunction for long periods of use.

[2013-06] NIH STTR Ph1 business grant awarded: We have formed a team and received funding to further the development of an advanced long-term antibacterial urinary catheters to effectively prevent catheter associated infections for long periods of use.