The IPO train continues to barrel down the tracks as more life sciences companies announced and closed their initial public offerings, bringing millions more to their coffers.
Doceree Inc., the first global network of physician-only platforms for programmatic marketing, raised a pre-Series A funding for an undisclosed amount led by existing and new investors.
Mayo Clinic launched two new tech venture companies designed to harness artificial intelligence (AI) and medical algorithms and create “software as medical devices” that clinicians can use to improve treatment across different diseases.
BioSpace presented the NextGen Bio “Class of 2021,” a list of up-and-coming life sciences companies in North America that recently launched.
Find out which biopharma companies are raking in the cash this week, as companies from around the globe provide updates on their financing rounds and IPOs.
U.K.-based NodThera is building up the company’s war chest to develop therapies for diseases driven by chronic inflammation, securing $55 million in Series B financing.
Jeffrey Bluestone, the noted scientific researcher and pioneer in understanding T-cell activation and immune tolerance in cancer patients, stepped down from his role as chief executive of the Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy to launch Sonoma Biotherapeutics.
Gotham Therapeutics launched in New York with a $54 million Series A financing. The round was co-led by founding investor Versant Ventures, Forbion, and S.R. One.
Magnolia Neurosciences, co-founded by Accelerator Life Science Partners and The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, launched with a $31 million Series A financing.
Akouos, a precision genetic medicine company developing gene therapies that restore and preserve hearing, today announced that the company raised $50 million in Series A financing.