Alumni News Brief
Alumni startup secures 16M in funding
Biotechnology startup Cellino was co-founded by 3 alumni
Cellino, a startup co-founded by Marinna Madrid, Ph.D. ’18 (applied physics), Nabiha Saklayen, Ph.D. ’17 (physics), and Matthias Wagner, S.B. ’92 (engineering sciences), has received $16 million in seed funding.
The biotechnology company uses stem cell biology, machine learning, and laser physics to make personalized, regenerative medicines viable at a large scale. The funding will be used to automate and scale Cellino’s AI-based personalized tissue and cell platform.