Birmingham-based company was one of the two winners in the first Alabama Launchpad event of 2019.
Birmingham Medical startup CerFlux and Phenix City’s VentorLux LLC were the two winners.
CerFlux, led by Karim Budhwani, Lisa Johnson and Chris Krebs, took home the $50,000 prize in the concept stage of the competition. The company has conceptualized an approach to finding more precise treatment of people with a cancer diagnosis, using a patent-pending precision medicine model. This model can individualize a therapy that can yield better results in fighting the disease.