May 19, 2022, Reykjavik, Iceland
Winning in Nordic Startup Award makes Cerebriu a finalist in the Global Startup Award
Cerebriu, a Danish radiology company automating radiology workflows with machine learning and artificial intelligence, has won the first place for the Best Healthtech Startup of 2022 in the Nordic region.
The Global Startup Award, which is the largest independent startup ecosystem competition, has conducted the regional Nordic Startup Award, in Reykjavik, Iceland, bringing startups to compete from all over Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Winners of regional competitions are automatically finalists in the Global Startup Award.
Over 5700 nominations have come in for this season and we are proud to be selected among fantastic and talents Nordic startups each in its field.
It is true honor to be recognized with this award as a deep healthtech startup in the Nordics”. Said Robert Lauritzen, CEO & Co-Founder at Cerebriu. “I am very proud of all the Cerebrians driving our innovation forward worthy of such recognition and proud to represent Danish innovation in both Nordic and global stage.”
We are fortunate to have the opportunity to create solutions that bring value to healthcare systems around the world. Said Dr.Akshay Pai, CTO & Co-Founder. I am proud of the entire Cerebriu team and I would like to thank everyone for choosing us to be finalists.
“Cerebriu won as best HealthTech startup because they have what it takes to be in the global startup award. Said Kim Balle, CEO of Nordic startup award. “Nordic innovation has the potential to make a global change in healthcare, such as Cerebriu in automating radiology workflows.”
About Global Startup Awards
Nordic Startup Awards is part of the Global Startup Awards which is the biggest independent startup ecosystem competition with the mission to find, recognise and connect the future-shapers of the digital age from all around the globe.
Cerebriu improves workflow efficiency, quality, and patient outcomes in diagnostic imaging. Our software solution Cerebriu Apollo achieves this by automating image acquisition protocols and triage during MRI brain acquisition providing decision support at key stages of the diagnostic process. Ultimately this results in improved productivity, prioritizing the right patients at the right time and less stress for clinicians.
For more information, please visit www.cerebriu.com
Oded Yair Menuhin
BD & Strategic Partnerships Manager