Advanced science.  Applied technology.


Implant Development

We develop controlled-release micro-and nano-particles and implants that allow drug delivery in the vitreous, conjunctiva, and anterior portions of the eye. Our controlled-release formulations in the form of depot and subcutaneous implants range from a fraction of a millimeter to several millimeters. Release rate and duration vary, according to client requirements.

We developed a variety of materials for controlled delivery of therapeutic aids, such as implantable coated fibers. Release rate is modulated by the drug’s physical properties or the implant material or porosity, providing release durations of up to six months.

In response to clinical needs for synthetic scaffolds for bone repair and regeneration, we are developing multifunctional Mg alloy scaffolds for bone repair and regeneration, resulting in partial to full biomechanical restoration.