Companies located in the Atria Support Center at The Nucleus
Advanced Cancer Therapeutics (ACT) leverages ground-breaking research from the James Graham Brown Cancer Center and an innovative business model to accelerate development of next-generation anti-cancer compounds. ACT advances novel therapeutics through Phase I human clinical trials prior to identifying an appropriate partner or pathway for subsequent testing and development.
Atria Senior Living believes in the extraordinary potential of older adults. As a leading operator of independent living, assisted living and memory care communities throughout the United States and Canada, Atria is home to more than 21,000 seniors and is the workplace of choice for more than 12,500 employees.
ElderServe empowers older adults to live independently with dignity. Serving Metro Louisville for more than fifty years, ElderServe provides a range of services for both the active older adult as well as those who are most vulnerable as they navigate the aging process.
Institute for Sustainable Health & Optimal Aging will establish collaborative networks with other academic institutions and strategic relationships with industry and community leaders to create and share new knowledge designed to improve the aging experience for older adults, serving as a preeminent research, education and community service center for optimal aging.
Interapt is a high-tech mobile development and mobile strategy firm dedicated to building and maintaining B2B mobile solutions. Interapt specializes in iPhone and Android app development, Google Glass development, wearable technology, Bluetooth and iBeacon technology, UX for mobile and web, and analytics.
Medical Search Technologies Inc. develops text mining software for healthcare that extracts both quantitative and qualitative information from unstructured texts such as biomedical journals, patient forums, FDA drug labels, etc.
MetaCyte Business Lab, a for-profit subsidiary of the UofL Foundation, is an accelerator focused on commercializing life science discoveries primarily out of UofL. The MetaCyte staff serves as the developing company's management team, focused on meeting early development milestones and fundraising, while the scientific co-founder focuses on research and development.
UofL Office of the Executive Vice President for Research & Innovation promotes and supports research, scholarship, and creative activities; assists faculty and staff in obtaining intramural and extramural support; serves as an advocate for the value of research in an educational setting; enhances the vitality of campus-based research; and encourages its use to enrich education, enhance technology transfer and serve the community.
UofL Office of Technology Transfer helps to transform promising UofL innovations into products that benefit our society by working closely with university researchers and with outside industries, entrepreneurs and investors and by assessing, protecting and licensing University intellectual property.
University of Louisville Physicians (ULP) is the largest multi-specialty physician practive in Louisville with over 600 dedicated staff professionals. ULP has 78 sub-specialties ranging from pediatrics to geriatrics and has representation in nearly every major healthcare system in Louisville. ULP providers are also professors and researchers at UofL's School of Medicine, teaching tomorrow's physicians and leading research into new innovative medical advancements.
University Sleep Center's board certified physicians have developed a unique program that allows for the comfortable and efficient treatment of sleep disorders.
XLerateHealth (XLH) is an accelerator that assists early stage healthcare companies sharpen their business models to ultimately secure customers and attract funding. XLH has as strong focus on companies that serve Medicaid, rural, and chronic populations. It also provides startups with valuable mentorship through its national mentor network.