The round was led by the Healthcare Collaboration Fund, which is managed through a partnership of Cleveland-based venture investor JumpStart Inc. and University Hospitals Ventures, the innovation/commercialization arm of University Hospitals. The round “also includes participation from JumpStart Inc. as well as a mix of individual and private investors,” Renalis said in a news release.
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Written by Scott Suttell.
Originally published September 1, 2021.