Oxford, UK, 29 June 2021
PharmaVentures is pleased to announce that it acted as an independent technical and commercial expert with respect to Spectral MD’s listing on London’s AIM on June 22nd.
Adrian Dawkes, Managing Director at PharmaVentures, said: “Through our expert knowledge across the medical device sector, and in particular the wound care market, we were pleased to be able to provide an independent expert assessment of Spectral’s DeepView® Wound Imaging System with respect to their Initial Public Offering (IPO) on AIM.”
Fintan Walton, Chief Executive of PharmaVentures, said: “Providing independent expert commercial and technical insight in healthcare is a key component in contributing to understanding investment opportunities including IPOs and other transactions. PharmaVentures has a long and strong history in providing valuable commercial insight to our clients because of our deep commercial knowledge of the healthcare sector.”
Marc Dudek, Director of Business and Corporate Development at Spectral MD, said: “Spectral MD is delighted to IPO on the AIM market. This funding will be used to support further development of our diabetic foot ulcer application and to initiate our expansion into the UK and EU markets. We believe our differentiated technology has the potential to improve the standard of care for victims suffering from burn wounds and diabetic foot ulcers.”
PharmaVentures has a strong track record for writing Independent Expert Reports for companies listing on public markets such as AIM. These reports assist both the lay person and those with industry experience to understand how the company’s particular technology is positioned against competitors, where it brings technical or clinical benefits and how that relates to commercialisation.
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About Spectral MD
Spectral MD develops technology using predictive analytics and AI algorithms to help clinicians make more accurate and faster treatment decisions. There are no diagnostic imaging devices that provide clinicians with an objective and immediate assessment of a wound’s healing potential.
Spectral MD’s DeepView® Technology provides an informed solution for clinicians and allows for a clear picture of the wound to be established prior to treatment or other interventions.
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