MRI maker Aspect Imaging has raised $30 million in a new round of financing, according to VC & equity site Finsmes.
Funding from the round will go to support the development of its Embrace Neonatal MRI system and a newer, stroke-dedicated MRI system, the Israel-based company said.
Aspect Imaging did not release details on the investors in the round, according to the report.
The company, founded in 2003, has raised a total of $150 million, with $20 million coming from a round last year.
In April 2013, the FDA cleared Aspect Imaging’s compact M2 MRI system designed for in-place wrist imaging without a shielded room.