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Support ASU Fulton Engineering startup company EndoVantage in the Venture Madness Competition!

Venture Madness is presented by Invest Southwest in partnership with the Arizona Commerce Authority. This innovative competition pits 64 of the region’s most promising startups against each other in an exciting bracket-style, head-to-head competition. The companies that advance are based on a weighted average of votes from industry experts and the public. In round 1 of the competition, advancement is based on online votes alone.

VOTE NOW: Voting closes on Friday, Feb. 14, 2014
To vote, go to, click on “vote now,” then find ENDOVANTAGE in the brackets, click on the company name, and complete the voting procedure. Your vote can help ENDOVANTAGE (started by ASU Professor David Frakes and ASU student Haithem Babiker) win $50k to advance the company!

About EndoVantage

EndoVantage provides clinicians with powerful computational tools that can accurately simulate medical device deployment (e.g., stents) into blood vessels and predict hemodynamic outcomes. Using EndoVantage’s tools, clinicians can design the optimal treatment strategy for each unique patient case. The newfound personalized planning capabilities will reduce treatment costs and expensive secondary interventions. EndoVantage’s core technology was developed jointly by Arizona State University and Mayo Clinic. It is currently being used at both Mayo Clinic Hospital and Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix.

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