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In tech transfer, an idea isn’t always a product, and an inventor isn’t always an entrepreneur

April 29, 2014 5:19 am by | 1 Comments

Academic researchers, by nature, pursue scientifically interesting discoveries that could have a long-term impact. Meanwhile, investors and companies are interested in technologies that fill a very clear and immediate need…


CardioInsight CEO out, replaced by two-person ‘office of the president’

CardioInsight CEO out, replaced by two-person ‘office of the president’

April 19, 2012 11:49 am by | 0 Comments

Noninvasive cardiac mapping company CardioInsight Technologies said its CEO and Chairman Steve Arless is stepping down. No reason was given for Arless’ departure in a statement from the Cleveland-based company,…


Advanced cardiac imaging company raises $7.5M series C

Advanced cardiac imaging company raises $7.5M series C

March 14, 2012 4:27 pm by | 0 Comments

Noninvasive cardiac mapping company CardioInsight Technologies has raised a $7.5 million series C round of investment. CardioInsight will use the new funding to push forward on European commercialization efforts and…



Cardiac mapping startup CardioInsight eyes U.S. market after European launch

Cardiac mapping startup CardioInsight eyes U.S. market after European launch

March 14, 2012 2:49 pm by | 0 Comments

Cardiac mapping company CardioInsight Technologies is turning some of its attention toward the U.S. market after its first-ever product installation last month in the United Kingdom. But the Cleveland-based company…


Cardiac mapping company raising funds after European launch

Cardiac mapping company raising funds after European launch

December 29, 2011 10:26 am by | 0 Comments

Fresh off the first-ever regulatory approval of one of its products, cardiac mapping company CardioInsight Technologies is on the fundraising trail. The Cleveland-based company recently filed regulatory documents, with one…


Advanced cardiac imaging company gets $1 million Ohio loan

Advanced cardiac imaging company gets $1 million Ohio loan

June 28, 2011 3:49 pm by | 0 Comments

Noninvasive cardiac imaging company CardioInsight Technologies has added another $1 million ahead of an August product launch in Europe. The Cleveland-based developer of new innovative medical devices was awarded a…


CardioInsight signs Japanese distributor, raises more cash

CardioInsight signs Japanese distributor, raises more cash

January 6, 2011 4:16 pm by | 0 Comments

CardioInsight Technologies has secured a Japanese distribution partner for its heart-mapping technology, and added about $4 million in investment funding that it hadn’t previously disclosed.


Ohio Third Frontier Commission awards $14M in biomedical grants

Ohio Third Frontier Commission awards $14M in biomedical grants

June 23, 2010 4:48 pm by | 0 Comments

Ohio Third Frontier commissioners made a slew of biomedical grants under two programs today. Recommended for more than $4.9 million under the Ohio Third Frontier Biomedical Program: – CardioX Corp.,…



Med-tech startups: Talk to potential commercial partners early

Med-tech startups: Talk to potential commercial partners early

March 12, 2010 8:41 pm by | 0 Comments

Steve Arless learned the hard way that it’s never too early to start talking to potential commercial partners that could help develop your early stage medical technology company. Arless told…


CardioInsight Technologies closes $6M investment round for heart-mapping technology

CardioInsight Technologies closes $6M investment round for heart-mapping technology

February 3, 2010 2:53 pm by | 0 Comments

CardioInsight Technologies has closed its second funding round, raising $6 million from new and existing investors to speed up and expand testing and commercialization of its heart-mapping technology.


CardioInsight raises $5.7M for heart-mapping technology

CardioInsight raises $5.7M for heart-mapping technology

January 20, 2010 12:56 pm by | 0 Comments

CardioInsight Technologies Inc. has raised $5.7 million in an ongoing funding round to help commercialize its heart-mapping technology. The Cleveland company’s electrocardiographic mapping technology could help diagnose and treat electrical abnormalities of the heart, such as heart failure and arrhythmia.