Atrium Health plans $1.5B innovation district | New tech for burn patients | Removing CO2

  • CINCINNATI, OH—UC Health is using a new technology for burn patients. The tech, called RECELL, is sprayed on the skin, reducing the number of skin grafts that have to be performed. Chad McGarvie, program director at the UC Burn Unit, sees it as a game changer, because it can decrease the amount of dressing changes post-operative recovery times.
  • MILWAUKEE, WI—Biotech startup Geno.Me has closed on $400,000 in seed funding from Gateway Capital. The company links genomic and electronic health record data in an open marketplace, which allows medical researchers to accelerate the advancement of medicine. Currently based in Madison, will move its operations to Milwaukee.