Hot Life Science Investor Mandate 1: Private Investment Firm Invests in Wide Range of Assets with Proof of Concept

18 Dec

A private investment firm based in the Western US invests in seed and early-stage health technology companies. The typical investment size for start-ups ranges from $500K to $750K (usually in equity or convertible notes). For early-stage companies, the firm typically co-invests with other VC firms in Series A and B financing and the investment size will depend on the company’s financial needs. The firm is geographically agnostic but prefers start-ups to be based on the West Coast. The firm is actively seeking new investment opportunities.

The firm invests in novel therapeutics, medical devices, and informatics. Generally, the firm focuses on opportunities that avoid or mitigate FDA regulatory risks. The firm is agnostic in terms of subsectors and indications, but does not consider orphan indications. The firm will only consider technologies with proof of concept. Historically, the firm has invested in therapeutics that address oncology, infectious diseases, cardiovascular, and metabolic disorders; drug delivery; orthopedic devices; genomics.

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