Investors in Cathvision ApS are backing the company with an additional $7.2 million to accelerate U.S. commercialization of its electrophysiology (EP) recording system, Ecgenius. The ECG support technology is designed to detect cardiac electrograms with minimal baseline noise so electrophysiologists can accurately interpret complex arrhythmias, including atrial fibrillation (AF). In May, the U.S. FDA granted the Copenhagen-based company 510(k) clearance for the system.
Epigenic Therapeutics Co. Ltd., a company developing epigenomic-focused gene therapies in multiple indications, has raised $20 million across angel and pre-series A rounds to support preclinical studies, early stage research, and growth for its team.
Western Australia’s private investment group Tattarang has launched a new AU$250 million (US$173.6 million) investment fund called Tenmile that will invest in early stage Australian biotech and med-tech companies. One of Australia’s largest private investment groups, Tattarang is owned by the Forrest family and has five business divisions made up of real estate, agriculture, energy, mining and hospitality.
Beijing Longwood Valley Medical Technology Co. Ltd. (also known as Changmugu Medical) recently completed a series B financing of ¥540 million ($79.7 million) to advance its artificial intelligence (AI) medical products. It also signed a strategic partnership with Johnson & Johnson Medical China Ltd.