M2D2 Based Startup Awarded $17 Million in Equity Funding


By Dan O'Brien, dobrien@lowellsun.com 

Updated:   04/11/2014 07:00:21 AM EDT 

LOWELL -- A medical-device startup developed within UMass Lowell's M2D2 community said this week that it has landed $17 million in equity funding.

InfoBionic Inc., a startup that provides patient monitoring for chronic-disease management, intends to use the funds to pay for the commercialization of its flagship product, the MoMe System, according to CEO Nancy Briefs.

Read more: http://www.lowellsun.com/business/ci_25544903/m2d2-based-startup-awarded-17-million-equity-funding#ixzz2yaPJk25I

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