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TECHNOLOGY

Lattice Medical is a biomedical start-up that was launched in October 2017
Patented 3D technology developed with CHU Lille-France that allows adipose tissue to naturally regenerate

APPLICATIONS

THE MAT(T)ISSE BIOPROTHESIS:
A BIO-RESORBABLE TEC
(TISSUE ENGINEERING CHAMBER)

RESORBABLE CHAMBER

Designed and made
with 3D printed biomaterials

Adapted to the individual morphology of patients

Fully degrades
in a year

PATIENT AUTOLOGOUS ADIPOSE TISSUE GRAFTING

Vascular adipose flap tissue inlaid
over the Tissue Engineering Chamber (TEC)

Guided tissue
reconstruction

Regenerates patients’
adispose cells

The desired size is reached after just one surgery: breasts are entirely reconstructed by the patient’s tissues, and no foreign bodies are introduced.

SUBCUTANEOUS TISSUE
AND FACIAL RECONSTRUCTION

Lattice Medical also provides solutions for improving tissue engineering and regenerative medicine using 3D-printed bio-resorbable scaffolds.

Following surgery, serious burns, chronic wounds, and accidents, traumatized soft tissue needs to be repaired.

In collaboration with CHU Lille, Lattice Medical provides product design, R&D services, and various solutions for soft tissue engineering and regeneration. Alongside textile manufacturing partners, we develop textile matrixes (including Calais lace ones) that are obtained through the Leavers method.

Lattice Medical offers sub-licensing R&D contracts to manufacturers and provides pre-clinical proof-of-concept studies.

SOFT TISSUE RECONSTRUCTION PLATFORM

A new era in medical application development

Thanks to its integrated platform, Lattice Medical is able to offer innovative solutions and the opportunity for biomedical projects to explore new technological landscapes. Lattice Medical is helping manufacturers in the medical procedure industry with their transition towards 3D technology.
Lattice Medical is developing the first ISO 13485 production in clean room with 3D printing for designing personalized implantable resorbable medical devices.
This unique platform is endowed with new 3D printing and extrusion technology that is able to produce prototypes, pre-series and industrial series for R&D trials, pre-clinical and clinical studies at extremely low particular pollution levels.

SERVICES

E-SHOP

FILAMENTS FOR 3D PRINTING

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TEAM

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Justine Bax

Quality and Regulatory Affairs
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Kévin ROUX

Process Engineer
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Shengheng Cao

Biomedical Engineer
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Dr. Pierre-Marie Danzé

Biochemist and Scientific Advisor
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Jaime Destouesse-Villa

Mechanical Engineer
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Marion Gradwohl

Material Engineer
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Pr. Pierre Guerreschi

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Scientific Advisor
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Pr. Philippe Marchetti

Biologist and Scientific Advisor
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Damien Cleret

Pre-clinical Studies
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Julien Payen

CEO, Co-founder
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Manon Cruette

Biology Engineer
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Jérôme Segers

Quality Engineer
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Siham Bouyouaaran

Human Ressources
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Chloé Gigon

Industrialisation Engineer
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Hortense Miersman

Regulatory Engineer
Guillaume Bruniaux

Guillaume Bruniaux

Mission Director at SIPAREX for Nord France Amorçage
Hélène-Cannard

Hélène Cannard

Member of the executive management at FINOVAM GESTION
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François Martin

Associate Partner with Schnopp & Partner
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Nicolas Blanchemain

Assistant Professor at Lille University, Biomaterials, Medical Devices and Drug Delivery
Mathias Brieu

Pr. Mathias Brieu

Professor at Cal State Los Angeles, Mechanical Engineering
team-member

Pr. Xavier Garric

Professor at Montpelier University, Artificial Biopolymers
Nicolas Leymarie

Dr. Nicolas Leymarie

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, Gustave Roussy
Isabelle Martinache

Isabelle Martinache

Tissue referring doctor, French Biomedicine Agency
Michel Toungouz

Pr. Michel Toungouz

Center for Tissue and Cell Therapy, Head of Clinic, Saint Luc and Bruxelles University

PRESS REPORT

LATTICE MEDICAL EST LAUREAT DU CONCOURS i-Nov

Toute l’équipe de LATTICE MEDICAL est heureuse d’annoncer que nous avons remporté le concours i-Nov dans la catégorie “Chirurgie du Futur” avec notre projet 3D BIOFARM qui nous permettra d’accélérer le développement de notre implant de reconstruction mammaire MATTISSE. Nous tenions à remercier Bpifrance et ses équipes et leurs experts pour l’excellent travail d’analyse et d’accompagnement dans notre candidature. Nous tenions également à remercier les pôles et clusters Medicen Paris Region, Eurasanté et NSL pour leur regard sur notre candidature. Enfin nous remercions également D&Consultants qui ont fourni un travail de qualité pour nous permettre de remporter ce concours. Merci et au travail !

CP LATTICE MEDICAL – Concours i-Nov

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LATTICE MEDICAL REVOLUTIONNE LA RECONSTRUCTION MAMMAIRE

LATTICE MEDICAL est citée dans une double page dans la revue des alumnis de l’Ecole Polytechnique pour les 225 ans de l’école.

Source :  La Jaune et la Rouge, supplément de November 2019, p58-59 Lattice Medical révolution la reconstruction mammaire

LATTICE MEDICAL IS SELECTED TO HELLOW TOMORROW DEEPTECH CHALLENGE

Among 5,000 applicants from 128 different countries, LATTICE MEDICAL have been selected as one of @hellotmrc’s Deep Tech Pioneers from their annual Global Challenge! Come and meet us at the Hello Tomorrow Global Summit in Paris on 12th-13th March, 2020!

➡️https://hello-tomorrow.org/summit/     #DeepTechPioneer #HTSummit

 

LATTICE MEDICAL MIS A L'HONNEUR DANS LE SNITEM INFO ETE

Lattice Medical est mise à l’honneur dans le SNITEM INFO n°215 – ETE 2019, pour avoir gagné le prix du jury lors de la journée start-up du DM.

Source : SNITEM INFO n°215

NEWS

FEBRUARY 2020 - Interreg 2 Seas project “Site-Specific Drug Delivery” (Site Drug)

Aim:

The aim of this project is to develop innovative drug products, which are able to control the resulting drug distribution in the patient’s body: The drug amount at the site of action is to be optimized, and the amount that is “lost” into the rest of the human body is to be minimized. This is to be achieved by “site-specific delivery systems”, which release the drug at a controlled rate at the site of action. Thus, the therapeutic efficacy will be improved & undesired side effects reduced. This will help reducing the current cost burden on our healthcare systems due to adverse drug effects. Specifically, the project aims at developing innovative site-specific drug delivery systems for the colon, inner ear, peritoneal cavity and breast.

Expected results:

(1) Novel drug products for a safer and more efficient treatment of patients suffering from:

  1. a) Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis
  2. b) Ovarian cancer with metastases in the peritoneal cavity
  3. c) Breast resection due to cancer
  4. d) Hearing loss/deafness.

(2) A novel in vitro characterization method facilitating the development of “colon targeting systems” and assuring adequate quality control during production.

(3) A feasibility study, demonstrating the performance of the newly developed drug delivery systems.

Consortium partners:

University of Lille (Lead partner, Prof. Siepmann), University of Cambridge (Prof. Zeitler), Ghent University (Prof. Vervaet), University College London (Prof. Basit), Leiden University (Prof. Jiskoot), Delft University of Technology (Prof. Zadpoor), Lille University Hospital (Mrs. Leal), Lattice Medical (Dr. Payen), Prodigest (Dr. Marzorati) and the Technological Transfer Office North of France (M. Beitone).

Observer partners:

Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Dr. Reddy’s Research & Development B.V., Eurasanté, FabRx, Intract Pharma, Medtronic, Oticon Medical, Pfizer, the Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother Hospital, and Vesale Pharma.

Funding:

This project is funded by the Interreg 2 Seas programme 2014-2020 and the European Regional Development Fund under subsidy contract “Site Drug 2S07-033”.

Project budget: 4 885 145 €; ERDF amount: 2 931 087 €; ERDF rate: 60%

Start Date: 01/01/2020; End Date: 30/09/2022

 

FEBRUARY 2020 - LATTICE MEDICAL IS FINALIST FOR LA TRIBUNE START-UP CHALLENGE

LATTICE MEDICAL est finaliste du concours “10000 start-ups pour demain” organisé par le journal La Tribune. Nous concourrons dans la catégorie santé, vous pouvez voter pour le projet en suivant ce lien :https://evenement.latribune.fr/10-000-startups-pour-changer-le-monde/finalistes-2020/#1155

Rendez-vous à Paris le 30 mars au Grand Rex pour la remise des prix des vainqueurs !

 

OCTOBER 2019 - LATTICE MEDICAL IS HIRING A ENGINEER IN PRE-CLINICAL STUDIES

LATTICE MEDICAL is hiring an engineer positions in animal experimentations for pre-clinical studies:

Engineer in animal experimentations – Lattice Medical

LATTICE MEDICAL lauréat du jury de la 5ème journée start-up du DM du SNITEM

LATTICE MEDICAL est lauréat de la 5ème édition de la journée Start-UP du DM organisée par le SNITEM. Cela a été l’occasion pour l’équipe de rencontrer de nombreux acteurs de la filière, fournisseurs, clients, recherche, sous-traitants et également d’échanger avec les autres start-up innovantes. L’équipe est très fière d’avoir obtenu ce prix et cette reconnaissance du secteur !

Lien vers le compte-rendu de la journée : https://www.snitem.fr/startup2019

LATTICE MEDICAL est sélectionné pour pitcher lors des journées Start-Up du DM organisées par le SNITEM

LATTICE MEDICAL fait partie des 12 lauréats sélectionnés par le SNITEM pour pitcher et avoir son stand lors des journées Start-UP du Dispositif Médical organisées le 14 mai à la cité des sciences de Paris.

Source : https://www.snitem.fr/startup2019

PARTNERS

CONTACT

LATTICE MEDICAL

80 rue du Dr. Yersin
59120 Loos