Your skin, your cells, your color
What we do
TeVido BioDevices is developing high quality, cutting-edge processing techniques and combining that with advances in cellular therapy to create custom grafts for use in procedures to restore lost pigment.
Absence of skin color can be caused by Vitiligo, other diseases, burns, and trauma to the skin.
A patient may feel stressed, self-conscious, or even ashamed by the change in their appearance caused by loss of pigmentation.
Using a patient's own pigment producing cells has been shown to replace color that has been lost, enhancing quality of life for those who suffer from certain disfiguring conditions.
TeVido will turn this into reality, making these life changing cell grafts available to those who need them.
By creating a centralized processing facility, TeVido will prepare cellular transplants for physicians, removing the need for the physician to staff and build infrastructure themselves.
Using patients’ cells
TeVido’s Pivot to Help Vitiligo Patients Feel Whole Again .. (REPOSTED FROM LINKEDIN) TeVido’s mission has always been about helping patients to feel “whole” again. As we developed our technology to re-pigment the nipple areola lost due to breast cancer, we realized this could benefit patients with vitiligo (vit-ih-LIE-go). And… we could make this happen Read more about TeVido’s Pivot .. from the CEO’s Corner: Helping Vitiligo Patients Feel Whole Again[…]
TeVido BioDevices and Treating Vitiligo originally appeared on Inside Sources – Click Here to Read the Whole Article. TeVido BioDevices, a Texas-based biotech company, plans in 2019 to begin treating patients with vitiligo (vit-ih-LIE-go) — an illness in which the body’s autoimmune system destroys the skin’s melanocytes (pigment-producing cells). The result is milky splotches and, in extreme Read more about TeVido BioDevices and Treating Vitiligo – Repost from Inside Sources[…]
We are proud to share Dr. John Harris Blog post: “Speaking of Vitiligo… Recap of 2018” The full post can be found here: https://www.umassmed.edu/vitiligo/blog/blog-posts1/2018/12/recap-of-2018-our-most-exciting-year-yet/ Recap of 2018, our most exciting year yet! This has been a tremendous year for us in the Vitiligo Clinic and Research Center at UMass Medical School. It’s fun to reflect at Read more about Repost from Dr. John Harris Vitiligo Blog – “Speaking of Vitiligo…”[…]
TeVido BioDevices Featured on Fox 7: Local lab working on new treatment for vitiligo. Watch the footage here: Summary: AUSTIN, Texas (FOX 7 Austin) – “I would always wear long sleeves or jeans to cover up my knees.” Growing up was not easy for Medha Iyer. “Ididnt really know what was happening at the time.” At Read more about TeVido BioDevices Featured on Fox 7: Local lab working on new treatment for vitiligo[…]
According to The 2018 State of Women-Owned Businesses report compiled by American Express, women-led companies thrived in the state of Texas, with Austin ranking third among US metropolitan areas that significantly increased their economic clout in the past ten years (taking into account the number of firms, employment and revenues). Furthermore, the Texan city is in sixth place in Read more about 18 Women-Led Companies You Need to Check Out in Austin, Texas[…]
Our news – TeVido, an Austin biotech, has raised $1.2 million to help fund a new facility was featured in: “Outdoorsy’s Big Haul & Other Startup Fundraising in TX Tech News” Summary – Let’s catch up with the latest innovation news in Texas. TeVido, an Austin biotech, has raised $1.2 million to help fund a new facility in which the Read more about TeVido, an Austin biotech, has raised $1.2 million to help fund a new facility[…]
TeVido BioDevices was mentioned in this press release: “Healthcare 3D Printing Market expected to reach multi-billion in value by 2018-2028” Summary: Healthcare 3D Printing Market: Overview Healthcare 3D printing, which is also called bioprinting, was considered a dream a few decades before. Nevertheless, with the advancement in technology and investments in the long run made Read more about Healthcare 3D Printing Market expected to reach multi-billion in value by 2018-2028[…]
In case you didn’t know, we have reposted this 2017 article to our blog. Thomas Boland, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Metallurgical, Materials and Biomedical Engineering at UTEP, is part of the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) Class of 2017 Fellows. BMES was founded in 1968 and is the professional society for biomedical engineering and Read more about TeVido Co-founder – UTEP Researcher Named Biomedical Engineering Society Fellow[…]
TeVido BioDevices was mentioned in this online press release: “Improvised Report on Global 3D Bioprinting Market : 2018-2027” Summary: Three dimensional printing of organs and biological tissues by layer-to-layer deposition of living cells in order to create functional organs and tissues is called 3D bioprinting. This press release was orginally distributed by SBWire New York, Read more about Improvised Report on Global 3D Bioprinting Market: 2018-2027[…]
2018-2024 Comprehensive Analysis on Healthcare 3D Printing Market| Top Players: Stratasys, Aprecia Pharmaceuticals, Renishaw, Aspect Biosystems
TeVido BioDevices was included in this press release and list: “2018-2024 Comprehensive Analysis on Healthcare 3D Printing Market| Top Players: ..” Summary: Rising demand for implants customizations during surgical procedures coupled with growing R&D investments should drive healthcare 3D printing market growth. According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) 2014 data, over next Read more about 2018-2024 Comprehensive Analysis on Healthcare 3D Printing Market| Top Players: Stratasys, Aprecia Pharmaceuticals, Renishaw, Aspect Biosystems[…]