Voximetry awarded second advance matching grant from WEDC

Voximetry, Inc. has been awarded a second SBIR Advance Matching grant sponsored by the Center for Technology Commercialization (CTC), part of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC). This $100,000 award includes state match funding of Voximetry’s NIH SBIR Phase II grant, leadership training, and other resources to advance the commercialization of Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) funded technology and expedite economic and job creation impact in Wisconsin.

This competitive grant supplements the $1.8M Phase II SBIR grant awarded to Voximetry in 2020 by the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health.

“Voximetry learned a lot from 2021 participation in the WEDC SBIR Advance grant program and we are excited to continue working together with the Center for Technology Commercialization program leadership, mentors, and talented vendors associated with the program,” said Dr. Sue Wallace, CEO of Voximetry.

Voximetry plan to use this award to accelerate the 2022 commercial launch of Torch™ Personalized Plan Assessment.

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