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Two University of Oxford alumni-led startups, iLoF and Pipra, secured funding in excess of €4M from the European Institute of Technology for Health (EIT Health).

EIT Health is one of the biggest health consortiums in the world, and the startups are receiving investment exceeding €4M. Both startups have grown out of the university’s mission to benefit society on a global scale through investing and supporting its people, enabling world-class research to grow.

Benjamin Dodsworth  and Mehak Mumtaz were inspired by the Dunn School’s world-leading medical research environment and the University’s pioneering approach to digital innovation as they created and grew their start-up companies.

Read the story on the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology website

Read the article on the Medium website