FDA Recognizes the Novelty of Veriskin's Skin Cancer Detection Technology
FDA grants a Breakthrough Device Designation Status to the TruScore device. The FDA's Breakthrough Device Program is intended to expedite the development and prioritize the review of certain medical devices that provide for more effective treatment or diagnosis of life-threatening or irreversibly debilitating diseases or conditions.
Veriskin Selected as Connect 2020 Cool Company. Joins a Group of San Diego’s 30 Top-Performing Life Sciences Startups
Cool Companies is an annual capital program designed to match San Diego’s best technology and life sciences startups ready to raise Series A — with quality venture capital. The program selects top tier, local entrepreneurs raising institutional funding, and grants them opportunities for direct access to capital providers. The program regularly attracts over 200 VCs to the region annually. Since 2016, Cool Companies have raised over $400M, in just Series A institutional funding. Cool Companies 2020.
Veriskin Receives Funding Support from the NIH
Veriskin, Inc. has received a second $2M grant award from the National Cancer Institute. The NIH review panel cited an “outstanding application”, a “strong scientific premise” and was “highly enthusiastic” about the team. The funding will enable further development and clinical testing of the TruScore device.
A Key Patent Granted in Australia
IP Australia has approved Veriskin's application for a key patent that covers its core technology: TruScore Patent.
Veriskin Receives Special Invitation to LA BioMed Innovation Showcase 2018
Veriskin, Inc. has initiated a 100+ human clinical study to test the TruScore device. The IRB approved study is conducted by Palo Alto Medical Foundation (a division of Sutter Health).
Veriskin Invited to Present at TedX San Diego Innovation Alley
Veriskin, Inc. was invited to present at TedXs' Innovation Alley held in downtown San Diego that showecased 20 of San Diego’s most innovative companies and entrepreneurs. See event photos here.
Veriskin Receives NIH Grant to Pursue Skin Cancer Screening Technology
Veriskin, Inc. has been awarded a $1.875M grant by the National Institutes of Health to develop a novel technology for non-invasive skin cancer screening. The National Cancer Institute that issued the award cited “the exceptionally high impact that the proposed device is expected to make in the field of non-invasive skin cancer diagnostics”.