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The grant, totaling $255,944, will support the company's Phase I research and development activities.
- The grant, totaling $255,944, will support the company's Phase I research and development activities.
- TWGIC co-founder and UMSOD alumnus Dr. Wright said, "I am honored to receive this research grant on behalf of my team of co-developers.
- We are confident and excited about this pivotal technology's potential to minimize injury risks to athletes at all levels."
- The WrightGuard, the precursor to The WrightGuard Innovations Corporation (TWGIC) was established in 2011.