An Indianapolis-based health IT solutions company has captured first place in BioCrossroads’ inaugural New Venture Competition. Diagnotes LLC has developed a technology to connect providers, patients and patient medical records after regular business hours. The winners were announced as part of the Indiana Life Sciences Summit.
Algaeon Inc. claimed second spot. The Indianapolis company is working on algae production technology for the human the nutraceutical and animal micronutrient markets.
Purdue Research Park-based BioRegeneration Technologies Inc. came in third. The company’s technology is designed to help with cartilage repair.
Two companies have been highlighted in the competitions Pre-Venture category.
NeRx Biosciences Inc. in Indianapolis is developing novel biopharmaceutical compounds for targeted cancer therapeutics.
Sophia Therapeutics is working on customizable therapy for multiple pain states and neuropathies by exploiting specific calcium channels. It is based in Indianapolis.