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JumpStart, Case Tech Ventures Pump $375K into CWRU Spinout Neuros Medical

JumpStart and Case Technology Ventures said this week that they recently agreed to invest $375,000 in Neuros Medical, a spinout of Case Western Reserve University commercializing neurostimulation technology developed at the school.

Neuros' technology was invented by Kevin Kilgore and Niloy Bhadra of CWRU's Department of Biomedical Engineering and MetroHealth Medical Center, in partnership with the Cleveland Functional Electrical Stimulation Center.

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