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 venture firms Ignition Partners and Mindset Ventures.
Founded in 2015, KenSci develops machine learning and predictive analytics-powered software apps for the healthcare sector…

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