Wake Forest University spinout Renovo closed the round at $6.4m and will put the funding into further development of its brain injury treatment system.

Renovo Concepts, A US-based medical device developer leveraging research from Wake Forest University’s School of Medicine, has collected $6.4m of funding from undisclosed investors to close its series A round. Founded in 2017, Renovo is developing and commercialising a mechanical tissue resuscitation (MTRTM) devices designed to treat traumatic brain injuries. The company’s MTRTM treatments are…

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