computational pathology

By  Laura Lovett 02:36 pm December 1, 2020
Digital pathology startup Proscia landed $23 million in Series B funding. The latest round was led by Scale Venture Partners with participation from Hitachi Ventures.  This comes roughly two years after the company closed its $8.5 million Series A round of funding.  WHAT THEY DO  The company’s main software platform is called Concentriq, which focuses on computational pathology. The tech uses...
By  Laura Lovett 02:07 pm April 24, 2020
Computational pathology platform Paige scored an additional $5 million from Goldman Sachs this week, closing its Series B funding at $50 million – exactly double its Series A funding amount. As part of the news, Paige announced that David Castelblanco, managing director at Goldman Sachs, will be joining its board of directors. In December, the company announced its initial $45 million round that...
By  Laura Lovett 01:43 pm December 18, 2019
This morning the AI-enabled diagnostic and treatment platform Paige, formerly called Paige.AI, announced a $45 million Series B funding round. The latest raise was led by Healthcare Venture Partners with participation from Breyer Capital, Kenan Turnacioglu and other funders.  Today the company has $70 million in investments. This latest round comes roughly two years after the company closed a $25...
By  Dean Koh 04:11 am December 13, 2019
Ibex Medical Analytics, an Israel-based startup focused on AI-powered cancer diagnostics and the KSM Research and Innovation Institute at Maccabi Healthcare Services, announced the deployment of the Ibex Second Read System for breast at Maccabi's pathology institute, the largest pathology lab in Israel. WHAT IT DOES According to Ibex, their Second Read System is the first-ever system that detects...
By  Dean Koh 11:41 pm March 27, 2019
Ibex Medical Analytics, an Israel-based startup founded in 2016 which is developing their own AI-driven computational pathology cancer diagnosis system, recently completed an $11M Series A funding round led by aMoon Fund. Additional investors in the round include Kamet Ventures, an investment arm of AXA Insurance, one of the largest global health insurance providers, 83North, a global venture...