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AxoSim receives NIH grant for advancing Nerve-on-a-Chip technology

AxoSim, a startup that was spun out of Tulane University, has received a $1,770,000 grant over two years to advance their Peripheral Nerve-on-a-chip for Predictive Preclinical Pharmaceutical Testing. The grant was awarded by the National Institutes of Health.

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Axosim hiring scientists

Up-and-Coming AxoSim Hiring Scientists After Landing Research Grants to Speed Research. AxoSim, a biotech company headquartered in New Orleans, recently received two government grants totaling $455,000.

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AxoSim secures grant

Up-and-Coming AxoSim Hiring Scientists After Landing Research Grants to Speed Research. AxoSim, a biotech company headquartered in New Orleans, recently received two government grants totaling $455,000.

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Axosim improving cancer treatment

AxoSim was founded in 2014 by two Tulane University researchers who created a 3D research model to look and act like an actual nerve. This so-called “nerve on a chip” can be used to identify early versions of a drug that can have toxic effects on people.

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