Sanofi is investing more into its transplant operations through a $1.9 billion merger deal with Kadmon Holdings, another biopharma company that develops therapies for diseases with large unmet medical needs.

In a $7 billion transaction, San Francisco-based Datavant is merging with data network company Ciox Health to create the nation’s largest “neutral and secure health data ecosystem.”

Roivant Sciences is combining with Montes Archimedes Acquisition Corp (MAAC), a particular purpose acquisition company sponsored by Patient Square Capital. 

ERT, a global leader in clinical endpoint data solutions, on April 28 announced the close of the company’s merger with Bioclinica, a technological and scientific leader in clinical imaging.

Clarus Therapeutics Inc. and Blue Water Acquisition Corp. on April 27 announced a definitive business combination agreement that will result in Clarus becoming a publicly traded company. 

Clene Nanomedicine is trying to set a new “gold standard” in neurodegenerative diseases through the development of a new class of drugs called bioenergetic nanotherapeutics that harnesses the properties of gold nanocrystals.

Cerevel Therapeutics began trading on the Nasdaq.

Through a definitive merger agreement, BridgeBio acquired 36.3 percent of Eidos Therapeutics’ outstanding common stock that it did not already own.

Netherlands-based Mylan is buying the intellectual property and commercialization rights to Aspen Pharmacare’s thrombosis business in Europe for €641.9 million ($757.3 million).

Cambridge, Massachusetts-based Yumanity Therapeutics and Boston-based Proteostasis Therapeutics announced plans to merge. The combined company will operate after the deal as Yumanity Therapeutics, and will focus on protein misfolding and neurodegenerative diseases.