Grants Support Proof-of-Concept and Validation Studies of Johns Hopkins Inventions
Longeviti Neuro Solutions in talks to develop an implantable cranioplasty device to house ePACStim, a device that delivers targeted and customizable electric brain stimulation to treat neurological conditions. Click Here to Read the Article.
New Field Developed at Johns Hopkins to Preserve Appearance After Neurosurgery
Neuroplastic surgery represents a historic shift in approach, addressing the often stigmatizing physical side effects of neurosurgery. Click here to Read the Article.
MedTech Outlook names Longeviti one of the Top 10 Emerging Neurology Device Providers – 2020
Longeviti is featured in MedTech Outlook magazine for their breakthrough in neurotechnology and their momentum gaining cranial implants.Click Here to Read the Article.
Oxford Operative Neurosurgery Journal Features Longeviti’s InvisiShunt
Longeviti’s InvisiShunt was featured as a cover story in the highly respected Oxford publication — the highest peer reviewed neurosurgery journal in the world. Click Here to Read the Article
Longeviti Featured in the Baltimore Business Journal After Raising $12.6M
July 18, 2019
Hunt Valley medical device firm Longeviti raising up to $12.6M. Hunt Valley-based medical device company, Longeviti, is developing implants for use in complex brain surgeries. Longeviti is developing and commercializing implants for use in complex brain surgeries.Click Here to Read the Article
Cadaveric study and clinical findings supporting diagnostic and therapeutic transcranioplasty ultrasound.Click Here to Read Paper
Johns Hopkins Newsletter: Longeviti Wants to Help Neurosurgery Patients be Whole Again
When patients considered the outcome of neurosurgery in its earliest decades they were often more focused on survival than on potential deformities, scars, lumps or bumps left behind after surgery, according to Co-Founder and CEO Jesse Christopher. To read the full article, click this link.Click Here to Read the Article
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Longeviti Neuro Solutions: The Future of Everything
Longeviti founders Dr. Chad Gordon, of the Johns Hopkins MACC department, and Jesse Christopher sit down with the Wall Street Journal to discuss the revolutionary future of cranial implants. Click Here to Read the Article.
Engineered Medical Systems and The LaunchPort™ Partner with Longeviti Neuro Solutions