connected drug delivery

By Dave Muoio 12:13 pm October 25, 2018
Enable Injections, maker of manual and connected adhesive wearables for subcutaneously therapeutic delivery, has raised $50 million in a Series B round led by Sanofi, the company announced today. ORI Healthcare Fund, CincyTech, Cincinnati Children's Hospital, Cintrifuse, Ohio Innovation Fund, Cleveland Clinic and other “key private investors” also contributed. Currently available to pharma and...
By Heather Mack 01:57 pm October 3, 2016
New York City based-startup Quio, which is working on a sensor-enabled drug injector and companion software for the clinical trial and chronic disease market, has raised $1.05 million in seed funding. The undisclosed investors include those with expertise in health insurance, pharmaceuticals and clinical research, the company revealed. Quio is developing Smartinjector, a connected medication...