Due to Covid, last year’s winners of the Venture Challenge were announced today at the Dutch Life Sciences Conference. The proud winner of the fall edition is QurieGen, formerly known as Monoceros Analytics. The innovative startup QurieGen has developed a single-cell sequencing-based method to map the changes in transcriptome, membrane and 100’ of intracellular (phospho)proteins simultaneously across multiple pathways (IP filed) to obtain a high-resolution map of cellular response.
Due to Covid, last year’s winners of the Venture Challenge were announced today at the Dutch Life Sciences Conference. The proud winner of the 2021 summer edition is Sella Therapies. The innovative startup Sella Therapies has developed a novel therapy for chronic pain relief that targets the body’s internal neuropeptide system.
Last week five teams started their Venture Challenge adventure. In the first three-day workshop the highly motivated teams worked on their customer value proposition, long-term vision and competitive positioning.
After Ncardia launched its affiliate company Cellistic last week, dedicated to making large-scale allogeneic cell therapy production a reality, they are proud to now enter a strategic collaboration with Quell Therapeutics, to develop an iPSC-derived allogeneic T-regulatory cell therapy platform.
MedtechPartners is a strong network of experts in the medical technology industry. At this meeting, promising start-ups pitched their innovation and were matched to the partners and audience. The MedtechMeeting ended with networking drinks. All in all it was a great succes!