Blue Jay Syndicate

Blue Jay Syndicate

An angel investment network in New York focusing on startups with its founders from the Johns Hopkins University

Blue Jay Syndicate is an angel investment network in New York focusing on startups with its founders from the Johns Hopkins University. Founded in New York City, United States by Paul Grossinger and Justin Sherratt, it is an angel group that invests on early stage ventures. Its portfolio companies include emocha Mobile Health, a service that empowers every patient to take every dose with video technology and scalable human engagement and Quantified Care, a mobile, multimedia software platform for remote patient monitoring, management, and engagement of high-risk, high-cost patients.

Blue Jay Syndicate usuually invests in JHU-affiliated startups that have attracted under $1,000,000 in previous capital and represent undercapitalized early-stage investment opportunities. All syndicate members will invest $5,000 minimum per deal, more at their discretion.

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Funded Companies

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emocha Mobile Health

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Health information technology
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People

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Justin Sherratt

Founder

Paul Grossinger

Founder

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Companies

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emocha Mobile Health

emocha Mobile Health

Quantified Care

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