Global Cardiovascular Innovation Center

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Third Frontier renewal tops Ohio biomedical highlights in 2010

Most people in Ohio's biomedical industry would've considered 2010 a good year if just one key thing happened -- voters renewed the state's $1.35 billion, 10-year Third Frontier program, which is designed to energize Ohio’s economy by investing in cutting-edge technology. It happened and heads up MedCity News' list of the biggest highlights of the year for Ohio's biomedical industry.

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Chris Coburn: Captain of the Cleveland Clinic Innovations crew

Chris Coburn is the captain of Cleveland Clinic Innovations, the corporate venturing arm of the Cleveland Clinic. The 53-year-old fitness enthusiast and his crew have an important job: nurturing inventions that emerge from several thousand scientists and doctors at the nation's top heart hospital, and guiding them through a years-long process to commercial viability, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

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Cleveland Clinic Innovations starts next decade with 33 companies

Updated 4:36 p.m. Cleveland Clinic Innovations — the corporate venturing arm of the nation’s top heart  hospital — is entering its second decade with a first-of-its-kind venture ranking, a brand-new incubator building and a growing portfolio of spin-out companies. Perhaps most impressive, those companies — 33 in all — have attracted more than $340 million […]

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Global Cardiovascular Innovation Center Web site launches

Want to keep track of developments at the Global Cardiovascular Innovation Center in Cleveland? The center recently launched a Web site that is independent of the Cleveland Clinic, leader of the public/private consortium that is developing the center with the help of a $60 million grant from the Ohio Third Frontier program, among other support. […]

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CardioInsight raises $5.7M for heart-mapping technology

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.

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Cleveland Clinic readies Global Cardiovascular Innovation Center for heart, vascular tenants

The Cleveland Clinic is looking for tenants to occupy the Global Cardiovascular Innovation Center it's building on the southern edge of its main campus. The $19 million project at East 101st Street and Cedar Road will host wet laboratories and offices, conference rooms and informal meeting areas, artwork and sophisticated teleconferencing and audio-visual technologies when it opens, likely in May.