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Renita Medical raises seed funding

Renita Medical Oy, a health tech company, has received seed funding which provides it with resources to finalize development and bring it to commercial launch.

Renita Medical is building a personalized brain health solution. The company’s AI-based software, the RENITA platform, uses a patient’s own functional brain activity and combines it with proven cognitive assessment tools to provide a comprehensive and objective report, from which doctors can base their neurological diagnosis. The platform will enhance the neurological diagnosis process and will offer an efficient way to monitor brain health.

Oaklins’ team in Finland acted as the financial advisor for the round.

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Funding, debt advisory & ECM
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 Marcus  Blomqvist

Marcus Blomqvist

Partner

Helsinki, Finland
Oaklins Finland
 Niko  Kurvi

Niko Kurvi

Associate

Helsinki, Finland
Oaklins Finland

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