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Carmell Therapeutics Named Pittsburgh Tech 50 Awards Finalist

Pittsburgh Technology Council Names Category Leaders on October 12, 2017

PITTSBURGH, PA – Carmell Therapeutics, a privately-owned biotechnology company focused on the development and commercialization of innovative Plasma-based Bioactive Materials (PBMs), today announced that the Pittsburgh Technology Council has named it a Tech 50 Category Leader in the Innovator of the Year: Life Sciences Category.

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Stephanie Kladakis, Ph.D., Vice President, Research & Development, Carmell Therapeutics: Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Alumni Spotlight

Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences website.

A physician can make a positive impact on every patient, but an engineer who develops the right biomedical device could potentially help millions of people suffering from an illness or injury.

Alumna Stephanie Kladakis, S.B. ’96, is that engineer.

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Carmell™ Therapeutics closes $4M Series B round of funding

Carmell Therapeutics, a biotechnology company focused on developing and commercializing regenerative medicine technologies, announced today that on June 30, 2017 it closed a $4M Series B financing that will be used to advance its first product candidate, Bone Healing Accelerant, to phase III clinical development. Carmell received strong support from current investors, Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse, Harbor Light Capital, Newlin Investments and BlueTree Capital Group and welcomed new investor Keiretsu Forum Capital.

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Carmell™ Therapeutics announced the issuance of Canadian Patent No. 2701187 for METHODS AND APPARATUS FOR MANUFACTURING PLASMA BASED PLASTICS

Carmell Therapeutics, a biotechnology company focused on developing and commercializing regenerative medicine technologies, will soon be conducting a phase III clinical study for its first product/indication, Bone Healing Accelerant. This will be the first of many products and indications based on its core technology Plasma-based Bioactive Material (PBM). The PBM technology was developed at Carnegie Mellon University and utilizes pooled plasma to create products which accelerate the healing of both bone and soft tissues. The technology offers the unique benefit of controlling the timing of the release of a broad range of growth and healing factors to the injury site.

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Carmell™ Therapeutics expands manufacturing capabilities to support Phase III clinical trials

Carmell Therapeutics New Management Team

Carmell announces the awarding of a new U.S. Patent that covers the use of the Company’s plasma-based materials as drug delivery vehicles

Dr. James Hart joins Carmell Therapeutics as new Chief Medical Officer

Randy Hubbell appointed as President and Chief Executive Officer

Carmell Therapeutics’ Plasma-Based Materials Shown to be Effective Antibiotic Delivery Vehicles

Research Notebook: Carmell Therapeutics’ PBMs—A new paradigm for healing tissue and bone

Carmell Therapeutics Ends 2014 with Addition of a New Patent to its Growing Portfolio

Pittsburgh researchers' bone putty could revolutionize how broken bones mend

Paper Describing Carmell Therapeutics’ Clinical Data Receives Coveted GT du Toit Award from the South African Orthopaedic Association

First Clinical Use of Carmell Therapeutics’ Plasma-Based Biomaterial Reduces Infections, Speeds Healing of Bone Fractures

Natural Infection Reduction: first reported use of a novel blood plasma-based product for treating open tibia fractures

Carmell Therapeutics Receives NIH Phase I Grant to develop antimicrobial-eluting bioresorbable bone filler.

Carmell Innovation Showcase Winner at ACA 2014 Summit

September 10, 2013: Five new U.S. Patents issued

Can New Plasma-Based Biomaterials Speed Healing of Injured Tissues?