“We’re very excited to be working with Howard Leonhardt and his exceptional team at Leonhardt Ventures and Valvublator on this project,” said Eric Johnson, CEO of REV•1 Engineering (https://rev1engineering.com). “We have a long, successful track record of developing catheter-based, drug/device combination products, so it’s a great fit for our team as well.”
REV•1’s involvement developing drug/device combination products dates back to 2011 with their work assisting OncoSec with the development of their electroporation/
Valvublator’s technology (https://valvublator.com/
“I’ve had the pleasure of being involved in the regenerative medicine space since 2003,” added Terry Murray, Vice President of Strategic Development at REV•1. “It’s been a long journey from the bench to the clinic, so being a part of this commercialization process is truly a thrill. Combination products like Valvublator represent the future of medical device.”
REV•1 Engineering will also be working on additional technologies under development by the Leonhardt Ventures’ portfolio of medical device companies.
About Leonhardt Ventures: Founded in 1982 as HL Leonhardt & Co. (Since 2005 Leonhardt Vineyards LLC DBA Leonhardt Ventures) is the commercialization and venture capital arm of inventor Howard J. Leonhardt, an inventor with over 22 issued patents for organ regeneration and recovery and hundreds of new patent claims pending. The team patented and developed PolyCath balloon catheters in the 1980s, stent grafts and percutaneous heart valves in the 1990s, and since 2000, has focused on bioelectric and biologics based organ regeneration starting with heart regeneration. Over 400,000 patients have been treated with Leonhardt inventions to date including the leading stent graft system for repairing aortic aneurysms.