Partners News ATRO Medical closes a new financing round for the Trammpolin meniscus prosthesis
17 December 2021

ATRO Medical, a Radboudumc and DSM spin-off, is based in Uden and has an office in Nijmegen, where the company benefits from the expertise and facilities of Radboudumc. Jan Hunik, co-founder and CEO: "I am very pleased with this investment round and welcomes the trust in the Trammpolin® device at this stage of the development. The funds raised will enable the company to execute a second clinical study to demonstrate its potential to improve the quality of lives of patients".

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