Posts Tagged ‘SFC Fluidics’

SFC Fluidics Inc., ASBTDC client and Fayetteville-based medical research company, recently won a $225,000 NIH SBIR Phase I grant to develop a dual hormone patch pump for Type 1 diabetic patients. Type 1 diabetes is usually diagnosed in children and young adults and affects 4 million worldwide. SFC Fluidics has exclusive license to a suite […]

Fayetteville’s SFC Fluidics Wins NIH SBIR Award

October 21st, 2015 by Sarah Ricard

SFC Fluidics, a Fayetteville-based medical research company, has won a $175,003 SBIR Phase I award from the National Institutes of Health to support the development of its Min-ePumpTM. SFC Fluidics has been an Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center client since 2011. Anna Washburn, SFC’s projects coordinator, worked extensively with ASBTDC Innovation Consultant Rebecca Norman on the […]