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Launched in 2005 with more than $5 million in funding, the Kentucky Seed Capital Fund invests in early-stage Kentucky or Louisville metropolitan-based businesses that specialize in biomedical and health care services, medical device development, and health care information technology.

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Portfolio Profile

  • Scientists at AllTranz, Inc. envision a day in the near future when effective, safe, and lasting relief from chronic pain is available to patients outside the hospital setting.

  • ApoVax, Inc., a biotechnology company developing new immunotherapies and therapeutic vaccines to treat or prevent chronic and acute life-threatening diseases.

  • Intrepid Bioinformatics Solutions, Inc. is developing a secure web-based data repository that allows researchers to dynamically manage their proprietary data.

  • Intellirod Spine is a medical device company that has developed an innovative diagnostic system that will allow orthopaedic surgeons to accurately diagnose the success of spinal fusion and eliminate the need for unnecessary exploratory surgery.

  • Pradama Inc., a specialty pharmaceutical company focused on the development and commercialization of products to treat bone diseases.

  • RhinoCyte, Inc., a biotechnology company that has developed a method of isolating adult stem cells located in the olfactory regions of the mucosal lining of the human nasal passageway, which can be used in therapies for spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, ALS and Parkinson's Disease.


    Intellirod Spine Receives $1.6 Million Ohio Third Frontier Award
    Funds Used to Accelerate Development of Novel Sensor Technology

    OrthoData Raises $1.1M for Spinal Fusion Sensor Device

    OrthoData, Inc. Hires New CEO

    Cofactor Genomics Partners with Intrepid Bioinformatics to Launch Genomic Viewer for Visualization of Bos taurus Exome Capture Sequencing Data

    Intrepid Bioinformatics Receives Investment, Meets Milestones
    Closes $550,000 Funding Round, Hires CEO

    Triathlon Medical Ventures and the Kentucky Seed Capital Fund Lead Investment in Louisville Start-Up
    Pradama, Inc. Developing Drugs for Bone Diseases and Disorders

    KSCF Invests in Innovative Medical Device Start-Up
    OrthoData Emerges from UofL Research Center with Spinal Fusion Diagnostic Device

    Kentucky Seed Capital Fund Announces New Investors in Pradama
    Promising Findings Attract Triathlon & Commonwealth Seed Capital

    Promising Kentucky Drug Company to Grow After Seed Funding
    AllTranz to Offer Unique Solutions for Pain Management

    Kentucky Seed Capital Fund Invests in Promising Louisville Start-Up
    Pradama, Inc. Is Developing New Drugs to Combat Bone Diseases

    Seed Fund Invests in Local Companies
    Louisville's Life-Sciences Industry Continues to Grow

    UofL Research Team Develops Breakthrough Adult Stem-Cell Therapy
    Repairs Spinal-Cord Damage in Paralyzed Rats