Advancing Outcomes Through Strategic Partnerships

Next Science expands the potential applications of its novel Xbio technology through research partnerships.

Montana State University Center for Biofilm Engineering

Next Science has partnered with the Montana State University Center for Biofilm Engineering to extensively test the effectiveness of Xbio technology against clinically relevant biofilms.

The Mayo Clinic

Next Science has partnered with the Mayo Clinic for a clinical study on the effectiveness of Next Science BlastX™ in the treatment of chronic wounds.

Southwest Regional Wound Care Center

Next Science has partnered with Dr. Randall Wolcott at the Southwest Regional Wound Care Center for ongoing clinical testing of Next Science BlastX™ in patients with chronic wounds.

Texas Tech University Clinical Research Institute

Next Science partners with Texas Tech University to evaluate both the in vitro and in vivo efficacy of multiple applications. This includes the in vivo efficacy and cytokine responsiveness in chronic wounds being treated with BlastX™

University of Florida Department of Otolaryngology

Next Science has partnered with the University of Florida Department of Otolaryngology to test the ototoxicity and ciliotoxicity of Next Science technology for use in Middle Ear applications.

Jacksonville Center for Clinical Research

Next Science has partnered with the Jacksonville Center for Clinical Research for clinical test of Next Science Acne Gel in patients with moderate acne.