Cell-based therapy for aggressive tumors

A UofL student startup aimed at fighting cancer has won the inaugural CardStart innovation competition. MD/PhD student Jordan Noe’s startup MAC-BIO is developing a new cell-based therapy for the treatment of aggressive solid tumors.

Ovarian cancer research

Coffee vs. cancer: The University of Kentucky’s Markey Cancer Center has launched a new clinical trial to test whether leaves from the Artemisia annua extract can prevent ovarian cancer recurrence.

RxLightning raises $2 million

Louisville health tech company RxLightning raised $2 million in a recent fundraising round led by Madison, Wisconsin-based HealthX Ventures.

Fintech startup of the year

Louisville-based company borderless was recognized for its B2B payments innovation by being selected Startup of the Year by the U.S. Fintech Awards 2021. The company now has four different products that reach over 60+ countries.

Appriss Health president joins Forbes council

Appriss Health President Rob Cohen has been accepted into Forbes Technology Council, an invitation-only community for world-class CIOs, CTOs, and tech executives.

Get paid for looking at ads

Louisville startup Raadz has launched a digital advertising platform that pays people to review digital ads in order to solve the problem of high ignore rates. The viewers watch the ad and then answer four questions on a 1-100 scale.