• What we do

    Cam Med Inc. is a development stage company applying microfluidics to medical devices that enable substantial improvements in the daily lives of patients


    Our Evopump is the first bandage-like patch pump for subcutaneous delivery of one or more medications

  • Better health through better drug delivery

    With many injectable drugs, patients would be better off with a pump delivering tiny doses of medication continuously throughout the day, rather than their taking one or more daily injections of larger doses of medication. Dosing could be optimized for safety and efficacy. Patients would never miss a dose. Health outcomes would be better.


    While pumps are available, few patients are willing to wear them due to their bulk, visibility, complexity, tendency to detach, and cost. Cam Med ’s Evopump has a breakthrough design enabling it to be as soft, thin and flexible as a bandage and lower cost than existing pumps, yet offer industry-leading precision and therapeutic flexibility.


    A flexible and actively controllable pump with the potential to hold and deliver multiple drugs simultaneously, the Evopump utilizes an electrochemical actuator with no mechanical parts. The Evopump's flow rate is highly precise, enabling the delivery of highly concentrated formulations of medications.

  • Recognition

    2014 Gold Prize Winner 


    2014 CASIS/Boeing Prize for Technology in Space


    2014 Semi-Finalist


    2015 Universal Partnership Grant

    2017 Startup Grant

    2017 Pre-Seed Award

    2017 Finalist

  • Press coverage

    Innovative pump delivers meds

    Innovative pump delivers meds

    Nov. 13, 2014
    Mass. startups to test inventions on space station

    Mass. startups to test inventions on space station

    Nov. 7, 2014
    CASIS and Boeing Partner to Award Entrepreneurial Research Through MassChallenge

    CASIS and Boeing Partner to Award Entrepreneurial Research Through MassChallenge

    Nov. 6, 2014

    JDRF, Cam Med join forces on patch pump for ‘artificial pancreas’

    Feb. 5, 2018

    Three Ways Tech is Making Diabetes Patients’ Lives Easier

    April 3, 2018

    20 medical device startups you need to know

    April 13, 2018
  • Contact Us

    Larry Alberts, CEO

    Cam Med Inc.

    29 Exeter Street

    West Newton, MA 02465 USA



    Mass. Medical Device Development Center (M2D2)
    2nd Floor, 600 Suffolk Street

    Lowell, MA 01854 USA


    +1 617 682 2111