StartUp Health Insights: €95M Raise for German Fitness Platform | Week of Dec 19, 2023 | by StartUp Health | Dec, 2023

Other substantial rounds went to several startups focused on AI-based drug discovery, a “digital twin” developer, a 4D cardiac imaging platform, and more.Funders, learn how you can champion health moonshots. Image courtesy Urban Sports Club.This week’s reported health innovation funding included:Urban Sports Club, a Berlin, Germany-based platform for sports and wellness, raised €95M (~103.7M) led by Verdane, with participation from existing investors such as HV Capital and ProSiebenSat1.Totus Medicines, an Emeryville, CA-based small molecule drug discovery and development company using covalent libraries and AI tools, raised $66M led by DCVC Bio, with participation from North Pond Ventures, Camford Capital, and the Regents of the University of Minnesota.Deep Apple Therapeutics, a San Francisco, CA-based company that discovers novel small molecule therapeutics for high-value targets through virtual screening of AI-generated virtual libraries, raised $52M led by Apple Tree Partners.Twin Health, a Mountain View, CA-based company that invented the “Whole Body Digital Twin” to empower people to manage their health, raised $50M led by Temasek, with participation from ICONIQ Growth, Sofina, Peak XV, and Helena.ImpriMed, a Mountain View, CA-based precision medicine startup focused on leveraging AI to improve cancer treatment, raised $23M led by SBVA, with participation from HRZ Han River Partners, SK Telecom, KDB Silicon Valley, Ignite Innovation Fund, Samyang Chemical Group, Murex Partners, and Byucksan.Luma Vision, a Dublin, Ireland- and Munich, Germany-based developer of a novel four-dimensional (4D) cardiac imaging and navigation platform, raised $22M led by EQT Lifesciences, ABV Uni Fund, and imec.xpand, with participation from Atlantic Bridge Growth Fund and Bayern Kapital.PursueCare, a Middletown, CT-based virtual substance use disorder startup, raised $20M led by T.Rx Capital and Yamaha Motor Ventures, with participation from Seyen Capital and OCA Ventures.Season Health, an Austin, TX-based food-as-medicine startup, raised $7M from Inception Health and Ziegler Link-age Fund.Biorithm, a Singapore- and Cambridge, MA-based women’s health medtech company, raised $3.5M led by Adaptive Capital Partners and SEEDS Capital.i-Virtual, a Metz, France-based developer of technology for measuring vital signs through a simple video selfie, raised €3 (~$3.2M) from Malakoff Humanis,, Elaia, and UI Investissement.Certainly Health, a New York, NY-based healthcare marketplace for booking medical and cosmetic care with upfront prices, raised $2.3M led by Pacific 8 Ventures, Y-Combinator, and other institutional and angel investors.KAID Health, a Boston MA-based maker of the AI-enabled “Whole Chart Analysis” platform, raised an undisclosed amount in funding from Activate Venture Partners, Martinson Ventures, Boston Millennia Partners, Brandon Hull, and KAID Health’s Board of Directors.Data is from StartUp Health Insights, the most comprehensive funding database for health innovation. Sign up for StartUp Health Insider™ to get funding insights, news, and special updates delivered to your inbox.

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