Yale Healthcare Startup Spring Wins Harvard-Yale Pitchoff

Yale startup Spring, which uses artificial intelligence to help doctors make the best treatment decisions for mentally ill patients, won the second annual Harvard-Yale Pitchoff. The event has been held for the past two years at Harvard Innovation Labs, and pits three startups from each school’s accelerator program against one another before a panel of judges from the investment community. Enthusiasm was especially high this year with the pitchoff happening just two days before the annual Harvard-Yale football game. Spring recently participated in the YEI Fellowship, an 8-week bootcamp for accelerating ventures run by the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute, and won the $25,000 Thorne Prize for Social Innovation in Health or Education from InnovateHealth Yale.Cofounder and CEO April Koh (YC ’16), pitched at the iLab before a packed room representing both…


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