UMaine biotech start-up Neuright to be featured in March 15 Innovation Blender

Kristy Townsend, University of Maine alumna and former faculty member, and cofounder of Neuright Inc., will lead a discussion, “Neuright Inc. Tackles Peripheral Neuropathy — Catch It Early, Fix It Fast,” as part of the Innovation Blender series sponsored by MaineHealth Innovation and The Roux Institute.

Neuright is a UMaine biotech start-up and academic spin-out company that has commercialized a new patent-pending theragnostic medical device for peripheral neuropathy, a condition of nerve death in tissues and organs that is common with aging, diabetes, and more than 30 other diseases and disorders. Read more

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