Hot Life Science Investor Mandate 4: VC Fund out of Southern United States Looking for Personalized Medicine Diagnostics

2 Jul

A venture capital firm based in the southern United States is currently making investments out of its vintage 2013. The fund currently has approximately $200 under management. The firm is looking to make equity investments in companies ranging from $500,000 to $3million. The firm will invest in companies across the United States and plans to make approximately 3-4 investments over the next 6-9 months.

The firm is currently most interested in areas of personalized medicine diagnostics, particularly in the genomic and proteomic subsectors. Other areas of high interest include: digital health, platform technologies, nutrition, clean environment, and much more selectively drug development and medical devices. The firm has experience in immunology and is more familiar with vaccine and antibody based technologies. The firm is open in terms of indication and considers orphan indications as well but requires strong data and a clear pathway to exit. The firm is looking to invest in early to mid-stage companies and generally does not make seed investments.

The firm invests in privately help companies and will both lead or co-invest. The firm looks to take a board seat in some of its portfolio companies though it is not a requirement. The firm looks for smart and passionate management teams with high levels of experience in the field.

If you are interested in more information about this investor and other investors tracked by LSN, please email mandates@lifesciencenation.com

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