Swedish medtech Amra raises SEK 80M.

Denmark Sweden Investments 16 January 2017
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Amra, a Linköping, Sweden medical technology company, raised SEK 80M ($8.96M) in fresh equity funding.

The backers include existing investor, Industrifonden, as well as venture arms of pharma giants Pfizer and Novo Nordisk.

Amra, founded in 2010 and led by CEO Tommy Johansson, provides a service that transforms MR images into precise body composition measurements using a rapid whole body MRI scan and a cloud-based, computer-aided analysis service. Amra provides precise, geographical measurement of fat and muscles, and is working to better understand metabolic disease development related to fat and muscle distribution in the body.

Prior to this transaction, Amra raised about $1.8M in two rounds of outside investment.