Cardihab-supporting Australia’s leading heart health researchers make heart disease history

October 04, 2021 1 min read

Cardihab-supporting Australia’s leading heart health researchers make heart disease history

Stoic Venture Capital's portfolio includes some of Australia's most innovative health, science and technology companies. Here's a latest media story about one of them:

As a digital health company that helps patients reach optimal health when at risk of, or living with, heart disease Cardihab are committed to supporting Australia’s leading heart health researchers make heart disease history.


With 47 people dying every day from heart disease, The Heart Foundation’s Big Heart Appeal that runs throughout September is a great way of supporting a great organisation.

 

AboutStoic Venture Capital

StoicVenture Capital provides financing for early-stage companies, particularlythose arising from university research. Stoic is unconditionally registered asan Early Stage Venture Capital Limited Partnership (ESVCLP) and takes acollaborative approach to investing in the highest potential companies.   Atlas Advisors Australia AFOF is the majorlimited partner for the Fund. www.stoicvc.com.au

 

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