Startup incubator T-Hub has announced that it will launch its first accelerator programme in the health tech space from April in partnership with Merck and Microsoft Ventures. The announcement was made by T-Hub’s CEO Jay Krishnan, in a session on entrepreneurship in the pharma biotech conference, BioAsia, on Wednesday.
To be named as T-Hub Health Tech Innovation Accelerator, will select 10-12 startups in the field of life sciences and bio-tech based on their scalability and go-to-market aspects.
The selected startups will receive mentorship from domain experts and will be connected to a platform to access investment from institutional ventures.
The firm didn’t disclose the details of the funding that the selected startup will likely to be provided. Till January, around 1,600 applications have been received for the programme.