Levisonics joined the Indiana IoT Lab in 2022, when they relocated to Fishers from Louisiana. The company was created from a partnership between CEO Nithya Kasireddy and researchers from Tulane University and Boston University. Levisonics developed and engineered a device that uses acoustic levitation to analyze the coagulation properties of blood droplets. This device has the potential to make great improvements in the medical industry, as it saves both time and the amount of blood required for analysis. According to the company, it requires 60 times less blood than competing, alternate solutions.

Quite deservedly, Levisonics’ hard work gained them statewide and national recognition in recent months.

They were featured as one of the spotlighted companies in the 2023 edition of the Entrepreneurship Indiana Yearbook by the Indiana Economic Development Corporation. They were one of only 82 groups featured from around the state, all of which are contributing greatly to Indiana’s incredible entrepreneurial growth. Check out the Yearbook here: https://iedc.in.gov/entrepreneurship/success-stories

The company was recently named the recipient of a $4.3 million grant from the Department of Defense under their Technology/Therapeutic Development Award. Levisonics CEO, Nithya Kasireddy will be serving as the Principle Investigator for the project, titled ‘Point-of-Care Diagnosis and Management of Trauma Patients by Acoustic Tweezing Coagulometry.’ Work for the project will be conducted in collaboration with Dr. Nathan Alves and Dr. Linda Schutzman, esteemed partners at Indiana University School of Medicine, and Dr. Damir Khismatullin at Tulane University. “I am immensely grateful for their expertise and support, which has been instrumental in securing this grant,” said Levisonics CEO, Nithya Kasireddy.

Congratulations to the team at Levisonics and we wish them countless future successes!