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New Startup Combines Therapeutics and Microelectronics to Deliver Highly Innovative Products and Solutions

Dec 09, 2015

Microtek, Inc., a San Diego based startup company is proud to announce the opening of its Corporate Headquarters at 10865 Rancho Bernardo Road, Suite 101, San Diego, CA.  

Over the past decade, there has been an increased demand by medical products to integrate biochemistry directly with an integrated circuit (IC) into a single microelectronics device. From human implants to flexible, wearable IOT (Internet-of-Things) devices.  "Microtek was created to address this need by offering industry leading services, quality, innovation, and high-level integration," said Microtek President Tri. Q. Le. "These services accelerate time to market of new products through a proven blend of expertise focused on optimum microelectronics packaging solutions." 

The new facility, furnished with state-of-the-art equipment, will enable Microtek to provide highly customized, innovative miniaturization and product development to a wide variety of customers in the medical, military and industrial sectors.  Coupled with its alliance of partners, Microtek is structured to provide a full range of design, engineering and manufacturing solutions, thus providing the technical bridge from R&D through manufacturing.

In addition, Microtek is collaborating with MyPhuong T. Le, Ph.D. and Leah R. Villegas, Ph.D. at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus to integrate its microelectronic technologies to develop devices and therapeutics to improve biomedical research.  Currently, Microtek is focused on the development and commercialization efforts for proprietary µTek™ devices, such as the GI µCapsules.  These miniaturized devices will optimize diagnostic and therapeutic research by allowing programmable dosing and sampling of targeted areas in the GI tract.  “With Microtek’s innovative and unique technologies, the therapeutic development process can be accelerated and therapeutic impact can be vastly improved for many diseases,” said Dr. Villegas.

To see the full range of solutions provided by Microtek, visit www.utekinc.com 

Media Contact 

Cheryl Epstein 

Microtek, Inc. 

sales@utekinc.com

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