It bought PowerVision Inc., a medical device development company.
Alfred Berg was 67.
37 employees are leaving.
The company will also launch a 'doctor-centric alternative to private equity.'
The Mark W. Franks and Mary Franks Scholarship and Loan Fund is valued at $1.5 million.
He was 74.
The company focuses on age-related macular degeneration.
He has 30+ years of experience in the vision industry.
The closure is set for June.
It treats postoperative inflammation and pain.
Customization is key, according to the company.
It will 'bring us a step closer to offering much needed relief' to patients.
'There is serious damage that can happen to people’s eyes.'
It came up two votes short.
The findings indicated significant changes in red-green and blue-yellow color vision.
They didn't reduce the symptoms of digital eyestrain.
It could serve as an adjunct to medications.
He began the role on Feb. 1.
He broke through a window to enter the business.
More government funding would help, they say.