Special Thanks To Our

INVESTORS

Zehavit Cohen

Howard & Elayne Levkowitz

Fred & Tami Mack

The Magerman Family

The Mitzner Family

Michael Steinhardt

Dr. Abraham Ludomirski,

Partner, SCP Vitalife

Improving the world

Dr. Ludomirski is the founder of the Vitalife Life Sciences Fund, a venture capital fund specializing in high-tech Israeli medical devices. He is an internationally renowned physician with more than 20 years experience in life sciences, with particular expertise in medical devices, health homecare, and biomaterials.

 

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Biography

Dr. Ludomirski has many years of experience in the areas of venture capital funds, start-ups, and global regulators. Through his work, he has gained a substantial and wide-ranging knowledge of medical trends and technologies, which gives him the ability to assist funded companies in matching their products and devices to market needs.

 

Prior to founding the Vitalife Life Sciences Fund, Dr. Ludomirski founded and developed the SafeKeeping Company (remote monitoring of high risk pregnancies), which was later acquired by a leading corporation active in this area. He has been a consultant to a number of Israeli and American venture capital funds and large medical technology companies, including GE Medical, ATL - Philips, Medison, Matria Healthcare, and QED Technologies. He has instructed and has led several start-ups through the process of raising capital, creating strategic partnerships, establishing joint ventures, and successfully achieving regulatory clearances. 

 

Dr. Ludomirski currently serves as Director or Chairman of BioControl Medical, Deep Breeze, DIR Technologies, EndoSpan, MST, Pocared Diagnostics, Recro Pharma, and Sensible Medical Innovations. Previously, Dr. Ludomirski served as Chairman of Sightline Technologies (sold to Stryker) and MediGuide (sold to St. Jude).

 

Dr. Ludomirski earned his M.D. at the Sackler Tel-Aviv University Medical School and specialized in OB-GYN. Following medical school, he completed his fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania in maternal fetal medicine. He was one of the founders of the fetal surgery program and established an internationally known fetal blood-sampling registry. He served as the Director of the Maternal Fetal Medicine Division and as a Professor of OB-GYN at Temple University Medical School for three years. Dr. Ludomirski has published numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals and has lectured around the world. He has also served as a reviewer for several leading medical journals.