January - XLH launched its Pre-Accelerator program.
January - XLH and its affiliate, the XLerator Network, partnered with Jackson State University and the University of Kentucky to launch the "SBIR/STTR Readiness Program" - a program designed to address and fill the gaps that exist in many HBCUs and other minority serving institutions related to underserved and underrepresented entrepreneurs' preparedness to successfully apply for and receive SBIR/STTR funding.
February - XLH was selected as one of the "Best & Most Active United States Entrepreneurship Programs".
March - XLH was recognized by Tellescope as one of the “20 Digital Health Accelerators to Know for 2022".
July - 8 startups were accepted into the 2022 XLH Flint Accelerator.
July - XLH was selected as one of the "Top 19 Health Startup Accelerators”.
August - 8 startups were accepted into the 2022 XLH Louisville Accelerator.
August - XLH and its affiliate, the XLerator Network, partnered with the University of Kentucky and was awarded the first phase of a potential $3.25M multi-year grant by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) through the IDeA Regional Entrepreneurship Development (I-RED) Program. This second STTR grant continues XLH's entrepreneurial commercialization work in the southeast region (KY, WV, SC, MS, AR, LA and Puerto Rico) with faculty, researchers, and students.
August - XLH was recognized for a second time as one of the “20 Digital Health Accelerators to Know for 2022”.
September - XLH received a supplemental grant from the NIH to develop a curriculum providing business and operational training to NIH-funded core facilities directors and staff.
November - XLH received continued funding from the City of Flint via the SBA's Community Navigator Pilot Program and from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation to support ongoing programming into 2023.