Hot Investor Mandate 4: Non-Profit Foundation Provides Funding and Equity Investments to Early-Stage Ultrasound Technologies

18 Jan

A non-profit foundation is dedicated to accelerating the adoption of focused ultrasound to be used with therapeutic treatments. The foundation provides funding in the form of non-dilutive research grants as well as equity investments within early stage technologies that utilize focused ultrasound within their therapies. Examples include the use of focused ultrasound as a drug delivery mechanism. The foundation invests globally and focuses can invest anywhere between $100 thousand USD and a couple million to get early stage focused ultrasound using therapeutics to the proof of concept stage. The foundation invests globally.

The foundation is interested in technologies that utilize focused ultrasound and can aid in the adoption of this technology as a standard in the therapeutics world. This includes the use of focused ultrasound as a drug delivery mechanism, as part of a therapy (non-invasive thermal ablation), etc. Within these sectors, the firm is particularly interested in neurological indications, cancer indications, immunotherapies, and pediatric indications. The firm currently focuses on pre-clinical and phase I assets, but is also willing to invest in phase II assets that are nearing a significant milestone.

The foundation is looking for a team that is capable of taking the technology to a proof of concept stage as their main goal while investing is to accelerate the adoption of ultrasound for use in therapeutics.

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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