22 May Milwaukee Business Journal: Milwaukee startup piloting diagnostic and predictive medical tech
VasoGnosis, a Milwaukee company that’s developing software-as-a-service products to help with early diagnosis of brain aneurysms and help surgeons simulate procedures in advance, is planning to validate its technology at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Ali Bakhshinejad, president and CEO of VasoGnosis, hopes to begin the piloting phase by January 2020. Bakhshinejad is also looking to raise $750,000 to fund the development of the products, he said.
The early diagnosis tool for brain aneurysms helps catch the aneurysms before they rupture. The software uses 4-D imaging, which measures blood flow measured in time.
Bakhshinejad spent seven months in a post-study fellowship at MCW after earning his doctorate at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, working with radiologists and brain surgeons who will be the primary users of the products his team is developing.
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