KeriCure Sponsoring 7th Annual Phil Lebid Memorial Golf Tournament

KeriCure Inc. is a sponsor of the 7th Annual Phil Lebid Memorial Golf Tournament. For more information on this event, please click here.

USF President Genshaft Discusses KeriCure at the U.S. Department of Commerce

KeriCure Inc. was featured in an article by the University of South Florida, detailing an address by USF President Judy Genshaft, mentioning KeriCure during an innovation conference at the U.S. Department of Commerce: “It was just one of the student inventions President Genshaft touted at the event, “Innovative and Entrepreneurial: Higher Education, Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Focus”. Others included KeriCure, a product developed by USF PhD graduate Kerriann Greenhalgh which helps heal burns and chronic wounds better and with less scaring; and AbleNook, a prefabricated living structure created by USF alumni Sean Verdecia and Jason Ross, which has redesigned post-disaster housing, portable […]

KeriCure Secures Patent

KeriCure Inc. was featured in the Florida Business Observer’s article “Planning For Patents”; “Start Them Up A significant impact of securing 80-plus patents two years in a row, which is what USF has done, is the ability to help formulate new businesses. The school has been behind more than 30 startups the past five years. Here’s a glance at two of those companies: • KeriCure: Founded in 2011, the Wesley Chapel-based firm produces a line of wound care products. The patented technology, discovered at USF, is a bacteria-resistant liquid bandage that can cover and treat wounds. Kerriann Greenhalgh, who recently […]

KeriCure Featured in Florida Venture Sourcing

KeriCure Inc. is now featured on the Florida Venture Sourcing website. To visit this website, please click here.

“KeriCure: Tampa Researcher Creates Liquid Bandage” – 83 Degrees Feature

A University of South Florida (USF) alum has launched a company that produces a liquid bandage she plans to market to veterinarians, with the hopes of getting FDA approval to later sell for human use. Dr. Kerriann Greenhalgh launched KeriCure, Inc in January 2011, which holds the exclusive worldwide rights to all medical applications of the technology behind its liquid bandage. “What we have is a topical bandage product that is covered for sales in veterinary,” explains Greenhalgh. “So that’s where we’re going to start. We’re hoping to sell to vets in the next couple months. We’re also filing for FDA approval for use on humans.” The bandage is a solid but elastic barrier that mirrors properties of the skin, providing a breathable film […]