Bayer to back 11 international startups in various digital health enterprises


Bayer has signed onto new collaborations with 11 digital health startups, spanning areas such as oncology, ophthalmology, pulmonology, radiology, digital therapeutics, and cardiovascular health.

Formerly known as its Grants4Apps partnership program, Bayer has consolidated the group’s digital health initiatives under the name G4A, which pledges financial funding and research assistance. The 11 participants were chosen out of over 750 applications from 65 countries.

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