16 Oct Kyron Clinical Imaging snags $200K research grant
Wauwatosa, Wis. – Kyron Clinical Imaging, a suburban Milwaukee company that is developing software to better detect and treat brain tumors, has received a $200,000 Phase I Small Business Innovation Research grant from the National Cancer Institute.
The grant will be used to advance research and development of medical imaging software that enables doctors to get more complete magnetic resonance views of the human brain. The tool is being developed to help physicians with their pre-surgical planning and to minimize post-surgical complications such as paralysis or impeded motor skills.
Kyron, founded in 2004 by three Medical College of Wisconsin radiology professors, has received Food and Drug Administration approval for its brain-imaging applications.
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