Work on SynDaver’s core technology began at the University of Florida in the early 1990s.
Initially, simple organs were created to replace live animal use in airway device testing; then came interpenetrating polymer networks to mimic living tissues.
Innovation continued through generations of products validated with the world’s largest database of live tissue properties.
Today SynDaver holds 14 patents on its materials, processes and the related products.
We tried, but it took more than seven days.
SynDaver creates ultra-high-fidelity medical simulation models and task trainers while relentlessly pursuing the universal replacement of live animals, cadavers and real patients in medical device evaluation, clinical training and medical simulation.
Our synthetic models save real lives every day.
SynDaver products span synthetic human and animal models that are widely used for medical education, training and simulation. They are also employed by manufacturers of medical devices and consumer products for testing and validation. And, they even serve in the military for ballistics testing and combat casualty training.
We love explaining how SynDavers are unlike anything else on Earth (let alone in the medical simulation space), but “seeing is believing,” as they say. Sit back and enjoy our featured video to see for yourself!