Qubiotech looks to enter the markets abroad. The Galician biotechnological company, dedicated to the development and commercialization of software to anticipate the diagnosis of neurodegenerative diseases, has raised €500,000 in an investment round, with the aim of expanding throughout Latin America and Europe, according to Daniel Fernández Mosquera, general director Qubiotech.
Specifically, the company plans to land in Italy, France, and Germany, in Europe; and in Brazil, Mexico, and the United States, among other markets, in America. To do this, Qubiotech is contacting early adopters in these markets to transfer their technology to the countries. The funds Semola Tech Ventures and Nowture have entered the last round that the company has closed.
“The idea is this year to close the first contacts, gain knowledge in the regions, and next year starts a more orderly expansion in Europe and America,” explained Mosquera, who assures that the company is collaborating with various American medical centers, testing their software, pending FDA approval.
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Qubiotech is collaborating with various US centers, pending FDA approval
Qubiotech uses Artificial Intelligence-based image processing to develop diagnostics for brain diseases, which it has called Neurocloud. The software hosts three medical image quantification algorithms (PET, Spect, and MRI) and integrates them into clinical routine thanks to analysis automation.
This is the second round of investment that the Galician biotechnology company closes. In 2019, the company already raised €300,000 to start its clinical trials. Looking ahead to 2024, Qubiotech plans to seek capital again, although the total investment has not yet been defined.
Qubiotech has entered €120,000 in 2022 and plans to triple the figure this year, reaching a turnover of close to €360,000. Headquartered in A Coruña, it has eight people on its staff and is currently developing its projects in Spain and Portugal.
The company plans to reopen a new investment round in 2024
In addition to its device for neurodegenerative diseases, Qubiotech is developing its activity in other fields of oncology, including a prototype for glioma segmentation, algorithms for prostate cancer detection, and cross-sectional multi-organ tissue segmentation techniques.
Qubiotech Health Intelligence was born in December 2014 with the transfer of a positron emission tomography (PET) image quantification algorithm developed by the Molecular Imaging Research Group of the Santiago de Compostela Health Research Institute Foundation (Fidis).
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