EndoQuest Robotics Stock

www.endoquestrobotics.comHealthcare / Medical DevicesFounded: 2016Funding to Date: $156.48MM

EndoQuest Robotics is a medical equipment manufacturing company. With a mission to help healthcare providers perform minimally invasive surgical procedures, the manufacturing company has created an endoluminal robotic surgical system to provide flexibility in endoscopies. The microsurgical devices the company uses allow health professionals to access key parts of the body in single-incision surgeries to minimize any potential complications. EndoQuest Robotics was founded by Kurt Azarbarzin in 2017 and is headquartered in Houston, TX.

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Management Team

Kurt Azarbarzin
Chief Executive Officer
Christine Antalik
Chief Financial Officer
Todd Wilson MD
Chief Medical Officer
Perry Genova
Senior Vice President, Research & Development
Chris Klecher
Senior Vice President, Marketing & Clinical Development

Board Members

Neeraj Agrawal
Crescent Group
Cary McNair
McNair Interests
Eduardo Fonseca
Crescent Group

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EndoQuest™ Robotics Closes $42 Million in Financing to Advance Endoluminal Robotics Technology

EndoQuest Robotics, Inc., (the "Company") a privately-held medical device company and pioneering leader in the development of innovative endoluminal robotic technologies, announced today the successful closure of a $42 million C-1 preferred financing round. This strategic funding will fuel the advancement of its groundbreaking flexible endoluminal robot aimed at transforming minimally invasive procedures.
Updated on: Jul 24, 2024

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