Hot Life Science Investor Mandate 4: US Based VC Firm with Young Fund Seeking Early Stage Life Science Investments

23 Jul

A US based Venture Capital firm is currently looking to make investments from a $125 million with up to 20% of the committed capital going to seed and early stage companies and projects. The firm typically invests between $2 and $4 million initially and $6 million to 10$ million over the lifetime of the investment. Investments are generally in the form of milestone based equity tranches, however the firm also has experience in working with convertible notes. The firm is looking to make 4-6 allocation in the next 6-9 months throughout the United States however they are focused on companies in the Southeast.

The firm is currently looking for early stage companies in the Therapeutics, Diagnostics, Medical Technology and HealthCare IT spaces. In the Therapeutics space the firm is opportunistic in terms of subsector but is most interested in indications of Ophthalmology, Cardiovascular, Pulmonary, Anti-Infectives, Metabolic Disorders, Renal Diseases, Oncology, Immunology, Dermatology, and Orphan Diseases. For companies developing therapeutics the firm is looking for companies primarily with a lead product in preclinical trials although they will consider companies with products having recently entered Phase I. The firm also has generally stayed away from and is not currently seeking companies working with Regenerative Medicine and Wound Care.  In the Medical Technology space the firm strongly prefers that the company have at least have an early prototype of their product and the firm is opportunistic in terms of device subsector.

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