November 13, 2015 -MolecuLight Inc. launched the MolecuLight i:X at the CAWC Conference
MolecuLight Inc. launched the MolecuLight i:X at the CAWC (Canadian Association of Wound Care) Conference in Toronto, Canada (October 30th-November 1st 2015).
Clinicians across Canada attending the CAWC benefited from a close up view of the MolecuLight i:X imaging device during… Read More
November 1, 2015 -Dr. Ralph DaCosta’s eureka moment came in 2007 while doing a standard lab experiment Dr. Ralph DaCosta, Molecular Imaging Scientist at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and Techna Institute, University Health Network, has developed a first-of-its-kind device that enables clinicians to see and target bacteria in skin and chronic wounds… Read More
October 6, 2015 -MolecuLight’s first time exhibiting at the SAWC
This was MolecuLight’s first time exhibiting at the SAWC (Society of Advanced Wound Care) Fall Conference (September 26-28 2015) to over 1000 wound care professionals.
Attendees learned about how MolecuLight’s handheld real-time imaging device allows for detection and visualization of clinically relevant bacteria… Read More
September 1, 2015 -University Health Network’s (UHN) annual Inventor of the Year award
This year, the award was presented to Dr. Ralph DaCosta, Founder, Director and Chief Scientific Officer of MolecuLight Inc., for developing a handheld fluorescence-enabled imaging platform which allows instantaneous visualization of bacteria and tissues (in wounds) based on autofluorescence imaging… Read More
September 1, 2015 -Advancing wound care and strengthening Ontario’s role as a global innovation leader in health care
Ontario healthcare innovator, MolecuLight Inc., is developing a hand-held optical imaging technology designed to visualize bacteria in real-time at the point-of-care. Founded by Dr. Ralph DaCosta, Scientist at The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and Techna Institute… Read More
June 26, 2015 -MolecuLight attended the Military Health System Research Symposium
MolecuLight attended the Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS) in Fort Lauderdale, FL which took place on August 18-21, 2014.
MHSRS is an annual event which provides an academic setting for new scientific knowledge arising from military specific research. This was a… Read More
March 26, 2015 -Real-time autofluorescence imaging of bacteria in diabetic foot ulcer patients
The publication describes two single-center, non-randomized trials that assessed the use for real-time autofluorescence imaging of bacteria in diabetic foot ulcer patients. Click here to read full article. Read More