Mariner Endosurgery receives OBIO funding

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Forge company Mariner Endosurgery received funding from the Ontario Bioscience Innovation Organization’s Capital Access Advisory Program.

“[Funding received] represents a significant step towards commercialization of our LaparoGuard technology,” said Mitch Wilson, President & COO of Mariner Endosurgery. “Mariner’s computer-assisted platform provides augmented visualization for surgeons during minimally invasive general, gynecological and urological surgical procedures.”

Mariner Endosurgery develops and commercializes innovative computer assisted medical devices for future-facing laparoscopic surgeries. Their platform LaparoGuard is a novel soft-tissue surgical navigation platform that augments visualization during laparoscopic surgeries, enhancing the safety profile of laparoscopic surgery to assist surgeons in delivering a superior quality of care to their patients.

The OBIO Capital Access Advisory Program operates downstream from existing entrepreneurship programs and targets the critical issue of access to capital at a post-seed stage of venture financing. OBIO CAAP strengthens Ontario’s cadre of investable human health technology companies, increasing high value deal flow.

Congratulations to the Mariner Endosurgery team!