University of Arizona Awards Asset Development Funding for MyCardia™ Technology

Joann MacMaster, TLA’s director of business development, “these asset development projects can significantly enhance a technology’s viability and readiness for the market, thereby increasing its attractiveness to investors and entrepreneurs interested in building startups around these UA technologies.

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MyCardia™ Technology a “must-see” on NPR Science Friday

Jordan Lancaster and Steven Goldman, of the Southern Arizona Veterans Administration and the University of Arizona, put rat heart cells on a piece of synthetic mesh and within a few days, the mesh started beating. The hope is that the patch could be used to treat damaged hearts.

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MyCardia™ Showcased by American Heart Association

Arizona researchers have successfully constructed and implanted a three-dimensional (3-D) “scaffold” of living, beating heart muscle cells to repair diseased and failing hearts in laboratory animals.

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