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Postponed: Q&A with Leyla & Kristina from Ovulai

Time: Thu 2021-09-30 12.00 - 13.00

Location: On Zoom

Language: English

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Event postponed

The 30 September event will be postponed to a later date. 

Meet Kristina Stojanovic & Leyla Ali Dholey, engineers from KTH and two of the founders of Ovulai, the first digital therapeutics to alleviate menstrual disorders.

Selfie of Leyla and Kristina

Together with Sandra Liljeqvist and Katarina Stojanovic, they founded Ovulai in 2020, when they were still KTH students. Now, Ovulai is one of the finalists in Venture Cup Startup, where they have the chance of winning up to SEK500 000!

Meet the team, hear from KTH Innovation and Venture Cup and ask all your questions about what it’s like to develop an idea as a KTH student.

This is Ovulai

Ovulai is the first digital therapeutics to alleviate menstrual disorders. Their AI-based app uses the latest evidence-based therapeutic programs for lifestyle management to help women with menstrual related pains and PCOS to manage their symptoms. They aim to make knowledge about women's menstrual health easily accessible and actionable: a solution presented by women, for women - so we can all live longer and healthier lives.

Ovulai is one of the teams in the KTH Innovation pre-incubator program , that is now open for application.

KTH Innovation

We support students, researchers and employees at KTH in developing their ideas or research results. We support ideas in all different areas related to what we do here at KTH - and the support is open to everyone, free of charge. 

Venture Cup

Venture Cup is one of Sweden's leading organizations helping the entrepreneurs of tomorrow. Their competitions STARTUP and IDEA grant their winners up to SEK 500.000, feedback from experts and offers inspiration, education, and much more. Venture Cup is a partner to KTH Innovation.