Marc Beer’s startup Renovia Inc is able to move forward with several projects thanks to new funding.
Specifically, Beer’s organization is working on problems dealing with pelvic floor disorders. Urinary incontinence is just one of the issues that Marc Beer hopes to resolve.
Renovia also makes effort towards cures for other diseases and disorders. Leva, one of the FDA approved devices from Renovia. It is used to train a damage pelvis floor. Leva is the first product from Beer’s company to receive FDA approval.
This is all partially thanks to The Longwood Fund, an early investor in Renovia. The funding from The Longwood Fund will be used to further the technology behind the Leva device. It will also be used to fund the creation of 3 more devices.
Beer said that his relationship with The Longwood Fund will enable his company to expand, discovering new treatments for pelvic floor disorders. He said he was thrilled to have the support from an organization that shares his own vision on medicine. Their relationship is benefiting women who suffer from pelvic disorders.
“Combining our innovative and proprietary sensor technologies and form factors with a digital health platform will give our customers valuable data to inform new treatment options,” said Marc Beer.
Prior to creating his own company, Marc Beers was a strategic consultant at OvaScience. This company recently announced that it plans to merge with Millendo Therapeutics, a Michigan-based health organization.
About Marc Beer
Beer has over 25 years of experience when it comes to developing and commercializing biotechnology. Along with Ramon Iglesias and Yolanda Lorie, Marc Beer created Renovia. This was in August of 2016. It wasn’t long until they received Series A financing.
Marc Beer was also the CEO of ViaCell, a company that focused on umbilical cord stem cells. The company had over 300 employees, going public in 2005. The company was eventually purchased by PerkinElmer.
Abbott Laboratories, Erytech Pharma, Good Start Genetics, and Minerva Neurosciences have all benefited from the knowledge and experience of Marc Beer. Beer has also worked at educational facilities like Notre Dame, where he served as both a member of their Research and Commercialization Advisory Committee and their Graduate Studies Research and Advisory Council. Marc Beer received his education from Miami University in Ohio. Learn more: https://www.slideshare.net/MarcBeer