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Women Startup Challenge
FemTech + HealthTech Grants Program
FEMTECH + HEALTHTECH GRANTS
Helping to close the funding gap by backing women-led FemTech and HealthTech startups globally that are driving the future of healthcare.

Women Startup Challenge FemTech + HealthTech Grants Program Finalists

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Michelle Egger of BIOMILQ

BIOMILQ

Michelle Egger
Cofounder
North Carolina, United States

BIOMILQ is a women-owned, science-led, and mother centered startup that aims to create cultured breastmilk with the nutrition of breast milk and the practicality of formula. By culturing breastmilk outside the body, they are increasing infant feeding options for new parents by nurturing mammary epithelial cells. 

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Mariane Melo of Dem Dx

Dem Dx

Mariane Melo
Cofounder
London, United Kingdom

With Dem Dx nurses, PAs and paramedics can function like doctors. They are able to diagnose, order tests and make referrals before the patient sees a physician. Our platform ensures quality and consistency of care, increases the number of patients who can be seen while freeing up physician time for complex cases.

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Lana Feng of Huma.AI

Huma.AI

Lana Feng
Cofounder
California, United States

There is a deluge of data in healthcare, but they are trapped in different data silos inaccessible to end users. What if you could just ask questions of your data and instantly get answers? That is Huma.AI. Huma.AI turns domain experts into their own data scientists, combining the ease of Alexa with the power of business intelligence.

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Kiran Roest of Vital Signs Solutions

PocDoc

Kiran Roest
Cofounder
Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom

PocDoc enables anyone with a smartphone or tablet to test themselves for a range of major diseases with results and a full health assessment available immediately, in the app.

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Yami Payano of Sign Speak

Sign-Speak

Yamillet Payano
Cofounder
New York, United States

Sign-Speak is a real-time AI sign language recognition software that translates American Sign Language (ASL) into English, and vice versa. Sign-Speak bridges the communication gap between Deaf/HH and hearing individuals, enabling each to use their primary language to communicate.