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With hundreds of new disclosures each year from every facet of Mayo Clinic’s practice, Mayo Clinic Ventures is always looking for partners to help bring these inventions to the marketplace. Find specific technologies by searching with keywords above or by browsing in the categories to the right. We also provide summaries of selected technologies and their stages of development in the following sectors:
2014-026 – A peak velocity estimator algorithm for flow phantom spectra. This peak velocity estimator has been adapted for use with Doppler velocity spectra from string phantoms.
2013-186 – The PET imaging agent F-18 sodium hexafluorophosphate (Na[18F]PF6) for hNIS expression in tumors.
2013-050 – The invention is a low-cost fluorescence camera system that can be used to obtain fluorescence images.
2010-312 – The invention relates to the treatment of meningiomas using a composition including a cytotoxic agent and a compound selected from phenylbenzothiazole derivatives, stilbene derivatives, and biphenylalkyne derivatives.
2015-159 – The Anesthesia Auditing Program Software provides quality improvement for anesthesia medication administration. The program audits all anesthesia medication transactions across a number of databases. The program has demonstrated significant improvements in patient safety, financial charge capture, drug diversion prevention, and documentation accuracy. The program has the ability to work or... Read More
2015-124 – Business Enhancement Analytics Tool (BEAT) is a novel, real-time, cloud-based data analytics platform with multiple functionalities and end users. BEAT has solved hundreds of business cases by unlocking and leveraging data. It can be used on its own but also as a complementary solution for other existing business intelligence frameworks. BEAT offers a variety of functionality that on a high... Read More
Enhancing the Accuracy, Efficiency and Retention of Reading by Health Care Providers Using Electronic Medical Record Systems to Improve the Safety, Effectiveness and Value of Health Care Services
2014-031 – This technology applies and integrates significant, computationally intensive reading tools into electronic medical records (EMR) systems to enhance medical reading performance by individuals who, in any other context, would not be aware of or concerned about their reading performance compared to their peers in their working group. The technology includes: 1. A medical language database... Read More
2012-185 – This technology includes a suite of patents which advance text enhancement methods and apparatus for the presentation of text for improved human reading for the electronic medical record (EMR). The method includes extracting text specific attributes from machine readable text and varying the text presentation in accordance with the attributes. Suite of patents include: -US Patent... Read More
2012-209 – Mayo Clinic researchers have developed methods and materials for treating cancer through the use of antigen combinations. For example, Vesicular Stomatitis Virus (VSV) vectors designed to express a GNAQ antigen, a TYRP1 anti-gen, and an N-RAS antigen can be used to reduce the number of cancer cells (e.g., uveal melanoma cells) within a mammal. In some cases, VSV vectors designed to express... Read More
1998-039 – Through the use of gene targeting in mouse embryonic stem (ES) cells we have successfully generated a line of mice deficient in eosinophil granule major basic protein-1 (mMBP-1). These mice would be useful in drug discovery programs directed toward developing treatments for asthma, allergy, inflammation and a variety of eosinophil-related disorders. PMID: 11067904