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Innovation and Commercialization Specialists

Aimee Arnoldussen, PhD

Cognitive neuroscientist with expertise in medical and assistive technologies. Start-up, healthcare, research funding and FDA.

Abram Becker

Expertise in commercial strategy for pharmaceuticals, biotech, medical devices, and diagnostics. Start-up, non-profit, & Fortune 500 experience.

Cecily Brose

Expertise in consumer product development and commercialization. Led innovation platforms in the food industry.

David Ertl

Product management and strategy expertise in information technology. Silicon Valley, start-up, and Fortune 500 experience.

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StrataTech gains FDA approval for ‘novel’ skin substitute to treat burns

Madison biotech company StrataTech received approval Tuesday from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for StrataGraft, an innovative skin substitute designed to heal burn wounds, that will likely boost economic growth in Dane County.

Innovative startup Atrility sees growth for its AtriAmp device

Atrility Medical’s signature device – the AtriAmp – provides continuous, real-time displays of the heart’s atrial signals. For patients, including babies, children and some adults, this means better outcomes because precious minutes are not wasted waiting for results from a time-consuming electrocardiogram (ECG).

WARF/UW-Madison among top 10 universities granted US utility patents in 2020

The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF), which manages intellectual property for the University of Wisconsin-Madison, has just been ranked seventh for U.S. utility patents granted in 2020, according to the annual Top 100 Worldwide Universities report.