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Debrief: Feinstein’s busy Bouton strengthens his grip

It’s been a busy two years since Chad Bouton left independent R&D giant Battelle and hitched his wagon to the Feinstein Center for Medical Research, joining forces with bioelectronics pioneer and Feinstein Center honcho Kevin Tracey. But perhaps no stretch has been busier than this last month, in which the director of Feinstein’s Center for Bioelectronic Medicine earned the top prize in Northwell Health’s Innovation Challenge (with his NeuroGuard device) and headlined a TEDxHofstraUniversity event…


Northwell, drug-maker ink bioelectronics partnership

By GREGORY ZELLER // Bioelectronic medicine has taken another forward leap, thanks to the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research’s latest professional alliance. The research-and-development arm of the Northwell Health system announced Thursday that it will apply its cutting-edge bioelectronics and cell-therapy technologies to cardiology and hypertension cases through a new “strategic partnership” with United Therapeutics Corp. Financial terms were not disclosed, but United Therapeutics will “fund Northwell’s efforts in four research-and-development tracks” while ushering new…


Nerves of steel: Sanguistat stimulator steps up

By GREGORY ZELLER // The world’s leading cause of maternal deaths is the target of new clinical trials for a trailblazing bioelectronic medical device. The Neural Tourniquet, an electronic nerve-stimulation technology licensed to Sanguistat Inc. by the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, is seeing action against postpartum hemorrhage in new clinical trials underway at Feinstein, the research arm of the Northwell Health system. Sanguistat, a 2016 clinical-stage medical device spinoff founded by Feinstein Vice President…


Feinstein, Battelle partner on ‘Neural Tourniquet’

North Shore-LIJ’s Feinstein Institute is partnering with Ohio health giant Battelle on a so-called Neural Tourniquet that will reshape the way doctors staunch blood loss, from the battlefield to the operating room. The technology is an outgrowth of research pioneered by Feinstein director Kevin Tracey, whose discoveries have helped fuel the bioelectronic medicine field, which combines molecular medicine, bioengineering and neuroscience to develop nerve-stimulating and sensing technologies to regulate biological processes. Tracey’s discoveries have already…