Chronic Wound Care Company Clearikon Graduates from UF Innovate | Sid Martin Biotech Program (UF Innovate)

Chronic Wound Care Company Clearikon Graduates from UF Innovate | Sid Martin Biotech Program

The company provides options to help reduce pain and accelerate healing without the need for prescription medications and antibiotics.

ALACHUA, Fla.– UF Innovate | Sid Martin Biotech, the leading biotechnology incubator at the University of Florida, is pleased to announce that resident company Clearikon has graduated from its program. Clearikon creates innovative therapeutic products to promote healing for people and animals. They have graduated into a new distribution center based in Alachua’s San Felasco Tech City, a premier sustainable community designed with entrepreneurs in mind. Clearikon has developed new therapeutic products that dramatically improve the quality of care for patients suffering from chronic wounds. Their product line includes plant-based topical ointments, cleansing products, and therapeutic devices that reduce pain and accelerate wound healing without the need for prescription drugs and antibiotics. 

Clearikon joins more than 60 biotech company alumni of Sid Martin Biotech, including Axogen (NASDAQ: AXGN), Applied Genetic Technologies Corporation (NASDAQ: AGTC), RTI Surgical (NASDAQ: SRGA), Ology BioservicesLacerta Therapeutics and MLM Biologics.

About Clearikon

Clearikon is a Florida-based startup company focused on developing new therapeutic products that dramatically improve the quality of care for human and animal patients suffering from chronic wounds. The Clearikon product line includes new plant-based topical ointments, cleansing products, and therapeutic devices that are specifically designed to work in synergy with the body. For more information, visit Clearikon.

Clearikon Contact:
Karl R. Zawoy
CEO
kzawoy@clearikon.com
https://www.myclearikon.com/store/2336

About UF Innovate | Sid Martin Biotech

UF Innovate | Sid Martin Biotech is the leading biotechnology incubator headquartered at the University of Florida in Alachua, Florida, at Progress Park. Sid Martin has been honored with national and international awards for incubator excellence and achievements in technology commercialization, funding access, job creation and technology-based economic development. It is dedicated to mentoring and accelerating the growth of innovative early-stage bioscience and biotechnology companies and supporting the economic growth of the North Central Florida region. For more information, visit Sid Martin Biotech.

Sid Martin Biotech Contact:
Merrie Shaw
Assistant Director
386-462-0880
mashaw@ufl.edu
https://innovate.research.ufl.edu/sid-martin-biotech/

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