Innovo is a neuromuscular electrical stimulation solution that treats incontinence, sexual-health dysfunctions and other associated disorders

Total investment in Irish medtech Atlantic Therapeutics has risen to nearly €50 million with the company planning on seeking further funding early nex(...)

Shorla Pharma founders Orlaith Ryan and Sharon Cunningham.

Shorla, an Irish healthcare start-up that develops pharmaceutical therapies to help cancer patients, has raised $8.3 million (€7.4 million). The Seri(...)

Prof Ruth Maher, inventor of a non invasive home treatment for stress urinary incontinence called Innovo, holding an ultrasound showing the impact of her device on the pelvic floor. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Life could have been quite different for Ruth Maher. She might now be edging toward retirement from the Electricity Supply Board (ESB). Instead, she c(...)

PwC has reportedly been appointed to review spiralling costs at the new Children’s hospital

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe met senior executives from Apple while on a trade mission to Silicon Valley last week, according to the Sunday Bu(...)

Biosensia was founded in Dublin in 2009

US medical diagnostics company Kypha has raised $4 million (€ 3.5 million) in investment to expand the manufacturing capabilities of Biosensia, the Ir(...)

Seroba managing partner Peter Sandys. The Irish venture capital firm has invested further in Endotronix

Irish venture capital firm Seroba Life Sciences has participated in a new $45 million (€39 million) financing round for Endotronix, a US medtech compa(...)

Novate is developing next generation inferior vena cava filters designed to prevent blood clots reaching the lungs after surgery.

Galway-based medical devices startup Novate Medical has been acquired by listed British specialty healthcare group BTG in a deal worth up to $150 mill(...)

Seroba managing partner Peter Sandys

Irish venture capital firm Seroba Life Sciences stands to make a return of up to €100 million following the recent sale of a company it invested in ju(...)

The new chairman of the Irish Venture Capital Association, Peter Sandys: he replaces Michael Murphy, a partner with Investec Ventures Ireland, whose tenure as chairman has come to an end. Photograph: Karl Hussey/Fennells

Peter Sandys of Seroba Life Sciences has been elected chairman of the Irish Venture Capital Association (IVCA), the industry body that represents VC f(...)

Atlantic Therapeutics: Funding will be used to accelerate growth from its Innovo technology platform and for new product development.

Galway-based Atlantic Therapeutics has raised €15 million in funding from investors, including Seroba Life Sciences and Earlybird Venture Capital. Th(...)

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