29 Nov 2016

Prominent Oncologist and Researcher Joins 4Dx Board

Melbourne, Australia, November 30, 2016: Australian technology start-up 4DX has attracted one of the biggest names in global oncology as its latest Board member. Robert A. Figlin, MD, FACP, joins the 4Dx board on December 1st.  Dr Figlin is Deputy Director of the Integrated Oncology Service Line. He also serves as the Deputy Director at […]

22 Nov 2016

4Dx To Close Series A Capital Raise

Melbourne, Australia, November 23, 2016: 4Dx Limited is pleased to announce that, due to an overwhelming response, as of 5pm, Friday, 9th December, 2016, the company’s $4m Series A capital round will be officially closed. It is anticipated that the round will close oversubscribed. 4Dx founder and Chairman, Andreas Fouras, said, “4Dx is extremely pleased […]

21 Nov 2016
4Dx founder Andreas Fouras wants the company to be a world leader in the medical imaging field.

‘Next Cochlear’ 4Dx closes capital raise as FDA approval enters sight

The Australian Financial Review featured 4Dx in todays Technology section online. by Yolanda Redrup Medical imaging startup 4Dx has raised $2.5 million from a range of retail and high net worth investors, which the business will invest in its clinical trials that will see the company approved by the US Food and Drug Administration by mid next […]

14 Nov 2016


4Dx was featured in an article in Australias national daily newspaper, The Australian today. Andreas Fouras, Founder and CEO of 4Dx is interviewed and the article discusses the new software for imaging lung function devised by 4Dx. A BREATH OF FRESH AIR FOR MEDICAL IMAGE TECHNOLOGY A “dream job” studying airflow through jet engines has […]

21 Sep 2016

Appointment of General Manager – Notting Hill Devices

4Dx is excited to announce that Paul Cooke will be taking on the role of General Manager of 4Dx’s specialist hardware subsidiary, Notting Hill Devices. As Paul moves into this role, he will be stepping aside from his role as Non-Executive Director, effective 1st September. During his tenure as Non-Executive Director, Paul played a key […]

12 Sep 2016

Monash license agreement changes

A number of positive changes have been made to the key licence agreement with Monash University (which grants 4Dx rights to commercialise this technology in exchange for royalty payments). Most notable among these changes is that the funding threshold for assignment of patents has been lowered to A$6.5 million from A$10 million. Once this lower […]

02 Sep 2016

Andreas Fouras, CEO of 4Dx, says backing bright people is a bright idea

Andreas Fouras, Founder and CEO of 4Dx, spoke with Nature Index on the recent call from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) for public consultation on the structural review of their grant program. Following criticism that current funding models are failing to support researchers across all stages of their careers, the NHMRC have opened the debate around three proposed alternative models to […]

01 Sep 2016

4Dx retail round closes with full subscription

We are pleased to announce that our recent retail offer of shares is now fully subscribed after successfully raising AU$500,000. It is very encouraging to gain backing so enthusiastically from retail investors committed to seeing our technology come to market as fast as possible. These funds take us a step closer to commercialising our technology through ongoing clinical […]

25 Aug 2016 interview 4Dx on their advanced visualization tool being used for imaging lung disease

4Dx was interviewed by, an influential community site for radiologists and related professionals in the medical imaging industry. In the article “Advanced visualization tool assesses lung disease”, Eric Barnes interviewed the 4Dx team on the new technique they have developed that combines fluoroscopy and advanced visualization to generate high-resolution images of the motion and […]

24 Aug 2016

4Dx’s CEO talks to the Australian Financial Review about how our culture is stifling innovation

The AFR cover insights from last weeks meeting of 400 of the top people in the innovation sector, where Andreas Fouras, CEO of 4Dx, highlighted one of the biggest problems Australia faces as it seeks to become high tech nation. Contrary to the risk taking the government would lead us to believe is encouraged as a nation, when […]