The UW-founded healthcare forecasting software developer has collected $30.5m in all from backers including OUP and a unit of compliance firm UL.

KenSci, a US-based predictive healthcare analysis software developer co-founded by a University of Washington professor, closed a $22m series B round on Thursday backed by university-focused VC fund Osage University Partners (OUP). Healthcare-focused investment firm Polaris Partners led the round, which also featured safety and regulatory services provider UL’s investment subsidiary, UL Ventures, along with…

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