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Devices

The NIA Small Business Programs support small businesses who aim to develop devices that address factors that impact the aging population, as well as related conditions like Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.

The small business awardees below were selected by NIH in 2019-2020 to present their groundbreaking technologies and interventions to potential partners and third-party investors at industry showcases.

Displaying 1 - 6 of 6 business showcases.
  • Bone Health Technologies logoRead about Bone Health Technologies, a small business using NIA funding to develop a vibration device that stimulates the hips and spine to reduce bone mass loss and fracture risk.

  • Cytex logoRead about Cytex Therapeutics, a small business using NIA funding to create implants that integrate into the cartilage of an injured joint and restore structure and function.

  • FlintRehab logoRead about Flint Rehabilitation Devices, a small business using NIA funding to develop neurorehabilitation devices that empower individuals to regain movement from home.

  • Two animated people arched over the words Healthy DesignRead about Healthy Design, a small business using NIA funding to develop a restraint alternative for intubated or confused patients to be untied from the hospital bed to address mobility and delirium.

  • Modulim logoRead about Modulim, a small business using NIA funding to develop a noninvasive tool to help clinicians identify patients at risk for vascular/tissue complications.

  • The word Cenna written above an image of the worldRead about ZetrOZ Systems, a small business using NIA funding to develop sustained acoustic medicine, a treatment algorithm, and a delivery platform to treat chronic pain.