InCube Labs gets $10M DOD subcontract for spinal cord neuromodulation for bladder function

The University of Pittsburgh has been awarded a multiyear U.S. Department of Defense contract worth up to $10 million to develop an implantable neuromodulation therapy to restore bladder function for spinal cord injury patients. As part of that InCube Labs, a multidisciplinary R&D lab, has been awarded a subcontract to submit to the FDA for an Investigational Device Exemption to enable the launch of a clinical trial. More

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