VulCur MedTech is a medical device development company focusing on chronic wound healing.
CEO of VulCur MedTech
Janus has an MSc in Biochemistry and is the Founder and CEO of VulCur MedTech. In recent years Janus has worked as an advisor and project manager in the biotech/pharma industry. He has acquired a particularly good understanding of business and research development. He is dedicated, ambitious, result oriented and very customer-focused. His focus is on value-adding, planning and executing scientific projects through a basic understanding of business architecture, IT and technology.
CTO of VulCur MedTech
VulCur MedTech is a medical device development company focusing on wound healing, using a novel combination of existing technologies. The solution treats biofilm producing bacteria that it is believed to infect all chronic wounds and show great resistance to antibiotics, slowing down the healing process. The VMT- (VulcurMedTech) method of treatment uses tightly focused laser pulses whose focal-point form a 3D grid-like matrix inside the tissues, thermally ablating the bacteria, without damaging the human cells, aiding the natural healing processes.
The VMT-method of treatment makes the healing of a bacteria otherwise untreatable chronic wounds possible and reduces the time of healing. This both lowers treatment costs per patient, and increase patients’ quality of life. This will allow for rapid development and implementation process. With ease of operation, low production costs and potential high efficacy, our method has the potential to become the leading, most widely distributed treatment method for chronic wound healing.
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