CytoVale is a biotechnology research company that uses early detection strategies for auto-immune diseases. The company has a mission of using diagnostic interventions to create faster, easier-to-implement medical treatment for patients. Other features of CytoVale are microfluidics and biophysical machine learning. CytoVale was founded by Ajay Shah and Dino Di Carlo in 2013 and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

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CytoVale investors also invested in these private companies

Norwest Venture Partners
Dolby Family Ventures
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Global Health Investment Fund
Kayyak Ventures
Pathway Bioventures
Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority
Blackhorn Ventures
Pactolus Ventures
Farmore Capital Group
Breakout Labs


Management Team

Ajay Shah Ph.D
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Bill Blackledge
Chief Financial Officer
Henry Tse Ph.D
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer
Robert Scoggins Ph.D
Chief Medical Officer
Dino Di Carlo Ph.D
Co-Founder & Scientific Advisor

Board Members

David Dolby
Dolby Family Ventures
Jack Fuchs
Blackhorn Ventures
Jordanna Schutz
Pactolus Ventures
Lindy Fishburne
Breakout Labs
Pascal Levensohn
Dolby Family Ventures

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News Highlights

Cytovale collects $84M to roll out its rapid ER sepsis diagnostic test

After recently launching its emergency room-focused diagnostic for catching early cases of sepsis, Cytovale has raised $84 million in venture capital funding to bolster the system’s rollout. According to the San Francisco-based company, sepsis contributes to more than one-third of all in-hospital deaths—more than 350,000 annually in the U.S.—with about 80% of patients with the bloodstream condition spending at least some time in the ER.

Cytovale’s test gets FDA 510(k) clearance for early sepsis detection

Medical diagnostics company Cytovale has secured 510(k) clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for IntelliSep, its test for the early detection of sepsis. IntelliSep has been designed to help clinicians recognise sepsis and make time-sensitive critical decisions. It provides test results within ten minutes. It is claimed to be the first FDA-approved diagnostic tool for evaluating cellular host response to help identify patients with sepsis in emergency departments.
Updated on: Jun 24, 2024


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