DIRECTSYNC MOVES TO NEW OFFICE SPACE AT KU INNOVATION PARK
LAWRENCE, KS, December 1, 2022 – DirectSync Surgical, an early stage start-up developing patient powered smart implants to enhance bone growth and track healing progression announces it is establishing office space in the KU Innovation Park Accelerator Suite.
Located in Lawrence, KS, the KU Innovation Park is an independent, nonprofit, economic development organization that fosters a community of innovative startups, government agencies, industry partners, and academic researchers adjacent to the University of Kansas creating a high-tech, collaborative, and innovative environment. In addition to the physical space, the Park offers reservable conference rooms, open workspaces, mailing address, mail service, resident agent services, student business analyst support and business support services from the Park’s professional management team.
The new office and lab space provides DirectSync Surgical with state-of-the-art work space, shared access to pertinent technical resources, and integration into a growing innovative ecosystem in the area.
“We are thrilled to be moving into the KU Innovation Park and expanding our R&D space to accelerate the development of our latest surgical technology. This move represents a meaningful milestone in our mission to bring innovative surgical solutions to patients worldwide,” said Zyg Porada, CEO. “With access to state-of-the-art facilities and a community of innovators, we are confident that DirectSync Surgical will continue to thrive and push the boundaries of what is possible in the field of surgical technology."
About DirectSync Surgical, headquartered in Lawrence, KS, is developing the first ever patient powered smart implant which reduces the heavy reliance on constantly powering and monitoring the device remotely. While the patient goes about their daily life, the DirectSync device is hard at work providing both mechanically synced electrical stimulation for enhanced bone healing as well as post-operative data collection to better inform and optimize treatment regimen between the physician and their patient.