Want a peek behind the biotech curtain to see some of the latest technologies that are helping to improve health and wellness?
Luna Labs’ scientists and engineers are working with partners around the country (and world) to develop medical devices for use at the point of care, next-gen biosensors and wearables, wound care solutions, new drug delivery platforms, and medical simulation training tools.
Rapid Care for Eye Wounds
Rapid diagnostics to detect eye injuries on the combat field to reduce the risk of blindness, combined with advanced nanofiber-reinforced hydrogel dressings to enable stabilization at the point of injury.
Non-invasive, wearable hydration sensor to decrease dehydration-induced mental incapacitation for military aircrew safety.
Our medical simulation team, with expertise in biophysics, biomaterials, and product development, create anatomically correct training devices to provide unprecedented realism for hands-on skills development.
Our Dislotech product line with accurate anatomical landmarks provides athletic trainers and other medical professionals with a realistic joint reduction experience.
TrueClot® bleeding control training products with realistic clotting provide medical professionals and civilians with hands-on training to address critical bleeding injuries.
Recent Luna Labs' research shows site-to-site comparisons to characterize materials performance.
Luna Labs' free web tool provides a rapid visual analysis for 'go/no go' material selection decisions.
Join Dr. Brian Werner of the University of Virginia's Dept. of Orthopedic Surgery for guidance on understanding and managing shoulder instability.