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Digital Health Funding - 9/2/2014

Datica Editorial Team
Datica Editorial Team
September 2, 2014   Healthcare News

Ybrain, MyDoc, AirStrip, uBiome, and more…

Healthcare wearable Ybrain raises US$3.5M in Series A funding

The Korea-based startup, founded in Feb 2013 by a Caltech neuroscientist and Samsung engineers, has raised a total of US$4.2 million.
source: e27

August Capital Partners invests in Singapore-based online healthcare startup MyDoc

MyDoc is a healthcare platform that provides patients and healthcare providers with a system for communication and care management.
source: VCCIRCLE

San Antonio’s AirStrip raises $25 million in new funding

The San Antonio-based provider of mobile health care applications has raised $25 million in a strategic funding round led by the Gary and Mary West Health Investment Fund, Sequoia Capital and Wellcome Trust.

uBiome Raises $4.5M From Angel Investors, Andreessen Horowitz To Crowdsource Microbiome Research

Y Combinator-backed biotech startup uBiome wants to generate data and research from results of learning about the microbes in our bodies. The company, which raised $351, 193 of its $100, 000 Indiegogo campaign last year, offers three different swab site kits, with which people collect a sample, insert it in a tube and ship it back.
source: Prismatic

Ten biggest digital health investments of 2014 so far

source: Prismatic


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