This month, AMOpportunities won the University of Chicago’s New Venture Challenge. A total of 11 companies completed in the NVC; finalists were chosen from a pool of 32 teams.
Launched in 1996, the NVC is one of the top-ranked accelerator programs in the United States. Past winners include GrubHub, Simple Mills and Braintree/Venmo. To compete in the program, a University of Chicago graduate student must be on board a project, with at least 10 percent equity stake. Only University of Chicago students are allow to present at the finals.
Since launching in 2013, AMO has helped more than 2,600 students from around the world complete U.S.-based clinical rotations. These experiences are offered in over 40 medical specialties and sub-specialties. For more information on how a secure a rotation with AMO click here.
For more information on AMO’s big win visit the Chicago Tribune.
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