Catching up with MedTech Innovator Dublin Pitch Competition Winner: Starling Surgical

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This June, MedTech Strategist was ‘On the Road’ at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati’s 27th Annual Medical Device Conference, where we caught up with Starling Surgical, winner of the 2019 MedTech Innovator Dublin Pitch Event, held during MedTech Strategist’s Innovation Summit Dublin 2019 investment & networking conference last April.

Last week MedTech Strategist was ‘On the Road’ at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati’s 27th Annual Medical Device Conference, where we caught up with Starling Surgical, winner of the 2019 MedTech alteredInnovator Dublin Pitch Event, held during MedTech Strategist’s Innovation Summit Dublin 2019 investment & networking conference last April. According to Cyrus Doctor, PhD, CEO and Travis Davis, CTO, Starling Surgical is the future of surgical wound closure and has developed a novel wound closure device that will enable surgeons to close incisions faster, with superior scars and reduced surgical site infections. Click here for a recent profile in The Irish Times, and read our recently published profile, Starling Surgical: Speed Meets Safety for Wound Closure, MedTech Strategist, August 22, 2019 to learn more about the emerging company.

Stay-tuned for an in-depth feature on Starling Surgical in a future issue of MedTech Strategist, as well as a video interview in an upcoming season of MedTech Strategist’s ‘Meet the Innovators.’

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