04 Apr Five health tech startups you should know
Five innovative University of Wisconsin–Madison startups are leveraging scientific research to provide new insights into medicine and treatments, which improves people’s lives and boosts Wisconsin’s economy.
Starting a research-based company is hard work and it can take years to get established. “Here at UW–Madison there’s increasing support to help innovators on their journey from concept to commercialization,” says Discovery to Product (D2P) director Andy Richards. “These five startups combined their passion and persistence with D2P and other campus resources to further their ideas to benefit society.”
As these early-stage companies continue to grow, they’re creating high-paying scientific and professional jobs in Wisconsin. They’re also contributing to the state’s economy by attracting venture capital investment and other funding.
From new methods for drug development to personalizing tumor treatment, here are five startups changing how we experience healthcare.