SynDaver Labs Net Worth

SynDaver Labs is a start-up company that makes synthetic human bodies and tissues. It is headquartered in Tampa, Florida. The company has created lifelike animal and human bodies for medical teaching and research. They have been featured on TV shows such as Mythbusters and Grey’s Anatomy. There is a large database of live tissue properties that allows the company to create realistic models. These models can be operated by surgeons, doctors, and medical students.

This company is run by Dr Christopher Sakezles, a polymer scientist at the University of Florida. He spent more than two decades designing and building the SynDaver Labs before the company was sold to a private equity firm in December 2014. Since then, SynDaver has been growing rapidly. In the last three years, the company has increased its sales by over three times, and it’s now earning more than $10 million a year.

The company started out making synthetic human cadavers for higher education, but later developed organs, whole bodies, and tissue analogs. Now the company is ready to expand into new markets. One of its goals is to replace the use of live animals in medical teaching.

SynDaver Labs is in the process of raising $24 million through an Indiegogo campaign. After the campaign, the company is planning an initial public offering (IPO) in the next few years. With more than a decade of experience in body part recreation, the company’s technology is considered to be one of the best in the world. The company’s products include man-made cadavers, tendons, bones, and tissues. All the materials used in the products mimic the thermal and mechanical properties of live tissue.

The company’s materials are made from water and salts. These materials have the same properties as live human tissue, and they can be maintained indefinitely. As a result, SynDaver is able to be used over and over again.

SynDaver Labs is a highly profitable business, and the company plans to double its sales each year. It has sold to universities, medical institutions, and medical device companies. It also provides nutrition counseling and fitness classes. Each of its synthetic human bodies is priced between $5 and $10,000. Customers can buy a cadaver for use in biology class dissections, medical teaching, or ballistic testing. It has appeared on TV shows such as Mythbusters, Grey’s Anatomy, and CSI.

During the Shark Tank, the company received a $3 million investment from the show’s celebrity investor Robert Herjavec. The deal was initially slated to end this year, but a few weeks after the program aired, the two sides could not find a common ground. Ultimately, SynDaver gave away $1.5 million of its own stock to employees and non-management employees.

SynDaver Labs is also on the hunt for additional investors. They hope to raise at least $3 million for a 10% stake in the company. Currently, the company has a net worth of about 19 million dollars. However, they do not disclose their valuations, or the amount of money that they have raised.