NVM Private Equity leads investment in Ablatus Therapeutics
29 May 2018
The Ablatus technology was originally developed by clinicians in the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust(the Trust), who identified a novel way to address some of the issues with radiofrequency ablation. The Trust has since been working alongside HEE to commercialise the invention and their efforts led to the formation of Ablatus in 2016,with Dr David Brooks joining as CEO,and Dr Bill Allan as Chairman. David and his team are now focussed on continuing the development of the technology and conducting clinical trials to support the application for a CE mark. The investment from NVM will help fund this next phase and is accompanied by funding from the MedTech Accelerator, InnovateUKand the angel community.
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Dr Bill Allan, the Chairman of Ablatus, is an internationally experienced medical device executive who has held senior positions with AngioDynamics, Smith & Nephew, SurgaColl, Stryker and Orthovita.
Health Enterprise East (HEE) is represented by Dr Anne Blackwood on the board of Ablatus. Anne is CEO of HEE and been actively involved in knowledge transfer and intellectual property management in the life sciences for over 15 years. Anne is also a Director of the Medtech Accelerator, a joint venture with public sector partners that funds early stage technology development projects in the NHS. Prior to joining HEE Anne spent four years with Cambridge Enterprise and holds a PhD in chemistry from Strathclyde University.
NVM has a history of investing in innovative MedTech companies having most recently funded Medovate in November 2017. The investment in Ablatus represents NVM’s fourth growth capital investment of 2018.
Dr David Brooks, CEO of Ablatus said; “BETA has shown excellent R&D results in preclinical testing. We now plan to complete the development of BETA as a medical device for clinical trials, regulatory approval and market launch. The investment from NVM complements the generous support we receive from Innovate UK in order to complete BETA development and to grow the Ablatus team. We look forward to working with NVM to bring BETA to the market and to offer new treatment options to patients.”
Jason Warren, Investment Associate of NVM Private Equity said: “We have been impressed with the progress Ablatus has made alongside Health Enterprise East in commercialising an exciting medical invention, and it serves to demonstrate the strength of innovation within the NHS. The bimodal technology they are developing represents a novel approach to addressing some of the issues with radio frequency ablation and we are looking forward to supporting David in the next phase of the journey.”
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