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LIV Medtech

LIV Medical Technology’s optical coherence tomography (OCT) sensor, imaging devices, and image-guided robotic microsurgical tools started as a part of research effort in The Computer-Integrated Surgical Systems and Technology (CISST) Engineering Research Center (ERC) established by the National Science Foundation in 1997 with the aims to use advanced technologies in engineering and computer science to overcome the limitations in the traditional surgical procedures that would reduce surgical costs, improve clinical outcomes, and make healthcare delivery more efficient.  The technology development continued after ERC ended in 2008 through the fundings from NIH Bioengineering Research Partnerships (BRP), an NIH/NINDS R21, a NIH/NEI R01, and other funding from NSF, FDA, and industries. 

After the end of the technology development in 2017, LIV Medical Technology Inc was formed as a JHU Fast Forward start-up to translate the OCT guided microsurgical robotic technology to commercial sectors with the supports from the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation, Cohen Translational Engineering Fund, The Maryland Innovation Initiative (MII) fund from TEDCO.  Currently the company is supported by NSF SBIR grants (phase 1 and 2). Our technology is an accumulation of 20 years of engineering development with the funding supports from the federal, state, and industry.

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