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Company Information:

Company Name:
Metabolic Nutritionals, Inc.
Address:
Metabolic Nutritionals, Inc.
8510 Sw White Pine Ln
Portland, OR
Phone:
(503) 292-0628
URL:
N/A
EIN:
911780893
DUNS:
N/A
Number of Employees:
N/A
Woman-Owned?:
No
Minority-Owned?:
No
HUBZone-Owned?:
No

Commercialization:

Has been acquired/merged with?:
N/A
Has had Spin-off?:
N/A
Has Had IPO?:
N/A
Year of IPO:
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Has Patents?:
N/A
Number of Patents:
N/A
Total Sales to Date $:
$ 0.00
Total Investment to Date $
$ 0.00
POC Title:
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POC Name:
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POC Phone:
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POC Email:
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Narrative:
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Award Totals:

Program/Phase Award Amount ($) Number of Awards
SBIR Phase I $100,000.00 1
SBIR Phase II $3,361,626.00 2

Award List:

QUANTITATION OF ORAL-MOTOR FUNCTION IN INFANTS

Award Year / Program / Phase:
2001 / SBIR / Phase I
Award Amount:
$100,000.00
Agency:
HHS
Principal Investigator:
Neil R. Buist
Abstract:
DESCRIPTION: (Scanned from the Applicant's Description): Hypothesis: Quantitation of sucking force and oral strength is useful in assessing infant with prematurity, neuromuscular, or developmental problems. … More

A Noninvasive Portable Device to Evaluate Feeding Problems in Infants

Award Year / Program / Phase:
2005 / SBIR / Phase II
Award Amount:
$720,684.00
Agency:
HHS
Principal Investigator:
Abstract:
DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Background: Feeding problems are common in infants occurring in over 50% of those with prematurity, oropharngyeal dysfunction, or central nervous system injury [that may manifest later as cerebral palsy]. They can lead to poor growth, failure-to-thrive,… More

A Noninvasive Portable Device to Evaluate Feeding Problems in Infants

Award Year / Program / Phase:
2010 / SBIR / Phase II
Award Amount:
$2,640,942.00
Agency:
HHS
Principal Investigator:
Abstract:
DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Feeding problems are a frequent harbinger of nascent neurological damage and are a major obstacle in transitioning infants from hospital nursery to discharge. Severe problems often require repeated hospitalization and tube feeding. Refractory feeding problems… More