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[Funding alert] OH-based AlensiaXR Secures an Undisclosed Amount in Series A Round Funding

OH-based AlensiaXR secures an undisclosed amount in series A round funding. Sopris Capital led the round, which also included investments from the JobsOhio Growth Capital Fund and the Healthcare Collaboration Fund, which is jointly managed by University Hospitals Ventures and JumpStart Ventures.

OH-based AlensiaXR secures an undisclosed amount in series A round funding. Sopris Capital led the round, which also included investments from the JobsOhio Growth Capital Fund and the Healthcare Collaboration Fund, which is jointly managed by University Hospitals Ventures and JumpStart Ventures.

The money will be used by the business to expedite the creation and distribution of its HoloAnatomy® learning platform.

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Under the direction of CEO Mark Day, AlensiaXR offers HoloAnatomy software—which is now being used by over 20 educational institutions throughout the globe, from Northwestern University to Finger Lakes Community College—which offers an interactive, three-dimensional holographic lens into the human anatomy.

By utilizing cutting-edge holographic technology, the program reinvents anatomy education by eliminating the need for expensive corpse labs and offering a captivating, immersive learning environment.

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According to pilot tests, medical students learned anatomy twice as quickly using HoloAnatomy than with cadaver dissection, and they retained the material 44% better when evaluated afterwards.

About AlensiaXR

In order to assist CWRU in bringing this innovative learning platform to all anatomy programs worldwide, AlensiaXR (previously Ilumis) was established. HoloAnatomy, created by Case Western Reserve University (CWRU), a pioneer in international medical education, provides a three-dimensional (3D) view of the human body with cutting-edge extended-reality technology.

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