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Public venture fund has high hopes for Brainreader: has used up quota for investment

The innovation group Syddansk Innovation has since the foundation of the entrepreneurial business Brainreader invested significant amounts in the company. So much so that its investment quota has been used up, and the venture fund is therefore looking for new partners to syndicate with.

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A strong team with a high level of professionalism, good ideas and a well-developed entrepreneurial spirit combined with a stamp of approval from the Danish Alzheimer's Association.

That was all it took to peak the interest at Syddansk Innovation back in 2011 when it discovered the software company Brainreader. With founder Jamila Ahdidan in front, Brainreader aims to improve the diagnosis of neurodegenerative diseases by utilizing the full potential of the MRI scanner to enable earlier diagnosis and treatment.

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