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Resitu Medical welcomes new team member

We are happy to announce that we have recruited Henrik Thunqvist as a new employee. Henrik has collaborated with Resitu Medical when writing his master thesis, to finish his studies of Engineering Physics in Uppsala. 

Henrik has been focusing on the specific heat distribution that electrosurgery can cause, a complex process which depends on multiple factors. He has also done in-depth studies of electrosurgery and diathermy and how these methods are used today, subjects important for the design of the Resitu instrument. Henrik brings important knowledge to Resitu Medical and we are very happy to welcome him to the team!

The medical technology company Resitu Medical AB, working with an innovative solution for tumor biopsies, announced today that Almi Invest, Stockholm Business Angels (STOAF) and private investors have invested €750 000 in the company. The investment will be used to initiate a development project aiming for CE marking in 2023. An additional SEK 20 million will be raised through equity.

June 21, 2021 Almi Invest and STOAF invest in Resitu's new treatment of breast cancer

Almi Invest and STOAF III Scitech invest 2.5 MSEK each in Resitu Medical, for their development of a new instrument for early treatment of breast cancer. Other private investors are also participating in the issue totalling SEK 7.5 million. The money will be used for product development of a version of the instrument ready for CE marking.

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October 12, 2020 Swedish Life Science Investor Meeting  

Resitu  Medical has been accepted in taking part in this year's matchmaking event for investors and companies wanting to attract financing.

September 12, 2020 Nordic Life Science News

ReSitu Medical has received a 50,000 Euro grant from the EIT Health Headstart programme. 


June 5, 2020 Scandinavian startups receiving in total up to €700 000 in funding

ReSitu Medical is one of the Scandinavian startups selected for the 2020 annual EIT Health Headstart programme.

89 startups from across Europe of which 14 are based in Scandinavia are selected for support to accelerate the development of promising health solutions. Read more...