We have an non-invasive, safe and effective solution to help reduce the incidence of spontaneous preterm contractions associated with preterm birth

 

 

 

 

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December 31, 2018

Doctor James Olcese collaborated with researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital on an NIH funded study which validated KynderMed’s Science. The results were published in January, 2019.

November 30, 2017

Copy Of -Florida State University Professor James Olcese, Co-founder and Science Adviser of KynderMed, presents at the prestigious 25th World Congress on Controversies in Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Infertility on December 1, 2017 in Vienna, Austria.

May 18, 2017

KynderMed Inc. Named Top Winner of the Innovation Park’s 2017 Elevator Pitch TechGrant Program

 The Leon County Research and Development Authority, the entity that governs Innovation Park of Tallahassee, announced that KynderMed has been named the 2017 top winner of the Innovation Park TechGrant Program.

KynderMed and our sleep mask that helps prevent preterm birth in pregnant women took home the 1st prize of $15,000.  KynderMed will use this grant to help complete the next round of clinical trials.

May 20, 2016

KynderMed Invited to Participate in The Healthbox Florida Studio in Partnership with GuideWell Innovation

Don Rosenkoetter, KynderMed President and CEO, announced, “We are excited and honored that KynderMed has been invited to participate  in the The Healthbox Florida Studio in Partnership with GuideWell Innovation…”.

April 30, 2016

St. Pete company’s sleep mask that offsets early labor wins $50,000

Gainesville Sun – A sleep mask that will help at-risk women avoid the onset of premature labor won the $50,000 Cade Museum Prize for Innovation Saturday night.

The mask’s creator is a St. Petersburg-based company called KynderMed.

March 31, 2016

Final Four Semi-Finalists Announced for the $50,000 Cade Museum Prize

GAINESVILLE, FL– The Cade Museum for Creativity + Invention * is pleased to announce the Final Four competitors for the 7th Annual $50,000 Cade Museum Prize for Innovation. Named after the Dr. J. Robert Cade, who led the team that invented Gatorade in 1965, the Prize is an annual competition for early-stage inventors and entrepreneurs in Florida.

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