Iowa Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds recently visited the University of Iowa to tour a demonstration of Iowa Medical Innovations Group (IMIG) projects. These projects - around which business will one day be formed - included medical devices such as an epicardial lead attachment device to save cardiac patients from a currently highly invasive procedure, an epileptic seizure monitoring software and an opthamological suture extractor.
IAT was featured as one of the promising outgrowths of the program, having originally formed as a student project through IMIG in 2012.
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