Neurovascular Diagnostics developing treatment that could save lives

Published February 13, 2020


Business First profiles UB spinoff Neurovascular Diagnostics, which is developing a low-cost blood test to detect unruptured brain aneurysms. The company was co-founded by UB engineering and medical faculty members Hui Meng, Vincent Tutino and Ken Snyder, and entrepreneur Jeff Harvey, whose wife, Carol, died of ruptured aneurysms in 2002.

Business First reports that with steady support from UB, Neurovascular Diagnostics has “evolved from a promising lab project to a business with big potential.”

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