Cleerly announced today that it closed an oversubscribed Series C financing round with proceeds of $192 million.
New York-based Cleerly has now raised $248 million in total, including its Series B round in 2021.
The company develops an AI-enabled approach for evaluating coronary computed tomography (CT) angiograms, allowing physicians to more easily identify, characterize and qualify atherosclerosis (plaque) build-up in the walls of the heart arteries. The information provided by Cleerly’s technology promotes a more accurate understanding of a patient’s risk of heart attack, shifting away from the way heart disease has previously been assessed through indirect surrogate markers of disease.
“At Cleerly, we are passionate about our mission to create a new standard of care for heart disease,” Cleerly CEO and founder Dr. James Min said in a news release. “We are grateful for this round of financing that will further enable our work and believe it…