The company’s Series B raise will go toward additional clinical trials of its multi-cancer blood test, CancerSEEK, in the hopes of obtaining approval for use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
“COVID really changed the dynamic of the conversation where digital transformation is no longer a nice to have, it’s a necessity,” Kristen Valdes told Technical.ly.
“The biggest change we’re seeing with COVID is this understanding that no employee operates in isolation,” Daniel Freedman, cofounder and co-CEO, told Fast Company. “That’s the biggest shift that we’ve seen; families are central.”
The digital health company is partnering with with Francis Parker School, San Diego Jewish Academy and Santa Fe Christian Schools in California to monitor students, faculty and staff for symptoms of COVID-19.
The mental health monitoring platform will support health care professionals around COVID-19 and mental health in the Boston hospital’s Emergency Department.
The company’s transparent masks were featured in a segment on which face guards were safest. ClearMask received clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in July.
The two startups – one a mobile disease management software application for people with epilepsy, the other a surveillance system of cloud-connected smart mosquito traps – each received money from TEDCO’s Maryland Innovation Initiative.
Vaulted Seq has created the world’s largest repository of single-cell sequencing data from high-quality, clinically characterized brain tissues of patients with neurodegenerative diseases including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. It joins Neuraly, Precision Molecular, and Theraly Fibrosis as D&D startups based on Johns Hopkins technologies.
Kousouris, JHTV’s executive director, will join Ken Porter, director of UM Ventures, for a Sept. 24 webinar about why why technology transfer is essential for academic research to achieve its full potential and maximum impact for society and the economy.
The Ohio-based health care AI company is taking space at Betamore, its first dedicated office part of a new workforce model rolled out in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Emergence Baltimore was co-founded by Pava LaPere and Kevin Carter, who previously ran accelerator programming for FastForward U.
Hunt a Killer, which ships murder mysteries to homes, was No. 6. The companies combined for $1.4 billion in revenue and adding 3,600 jobs to the region.