RadUnity Corp., a University of Wisconsin spin-off that focuses on data normalization in medical imaging, has secured $500,000 in seed funding, the organization announced recently.

According to a release, the funding will advance the development and implementation of RadUnity’s system for harmonizing medical images and create a platform aimed at addressing the issue of clinical variability in Computer Tomography (CT) scans.

“I am thrilled to move forward with FDA-compliant product development,” RadUnity Founder Tim Szczykutowicz said in a statement. “The fact that one of our investors is a former radiologist validates RadUnity’s potential to alleviate burnout and reduce time spent on image interpretations.”

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