EIT Health Catapult

EIT Health Catapult

Every year the EIT Health Catapult sources and accelerates 42 European startups in BioTech, MedTech and Digital Health that get high-quality training in business modeling and planning, investment deal negotiation and pitch training.

The competition follows a three-stage procedure: (1) Regional selection, (2) Semi-finals (October 2020) and (3)  The final (EIT Health Summit in Stockholm, 1-2 December 2020)

Following the evaluation process, EIT Health Germany selected 13 startups from Germany, Switzerland and Austria for the Regional Selection of this year’s EIT Health Catapult.

The 13 startups will present their projects in an online pitch competition on 26 May 2020 and will be intensively examined by a jury of experts for their investment readiness.

If you are interested in hearing them pitch, join us online for an exciting pitch competition, followed by a virtual networking lunch. Registration is open via the following link

Meet the finalists

Redesigning prosthetic care to enhance the experience for amputees.

Amparo

A data-driven stepped-care, digital obesity coach.

Aidhere

Oral microbiome therapies for the prevention and treatment of hyperuricemia related diseases.

Beo Therapeutics

Next-generation biomarkers as a basis for decision support in precision medicine.

Biotx

Transformative technology for the discovery, development, and large-scale production of proteins.

LenioBio

Patient individualised implants for cardiovascular applications.

PerAGraft

Surgical tools & assistance devices for radiologists.

InLine Med

Development of innovative, phage-based treatments against persistent bacterial infections.

PhagoMed

New VR solutions to enhance rehabilitation of neurological patients.

Living Brain

Remote monitoring of service-intensive, distributed medical devices.

CardiLink

AI-based software advancing the radiology workflow.

Deepc

AI-based software for image-based volumetric brain measurement.

Mediaire

A combinatorial screening matrix product for life science researchers.

denovoMatrix