Hot Investor Mandate 4: Venture Arm of Global Medical Device Company Looking to Invest In or Partner with Early-Stage Companies Developing Platforms for Regenerative Medicine

26 Apr

A venture arm of a global medical device company that has worked with researchers and physicians for more than 50 years to develop more effective therapeutic tools, is focused on developing research and clinical tools to advance regenerative medicine therapies from the lab to the patient. The firm is focused on early-stage technologies and is flexible in terms of deal structures and partnerships with startup companies, including seed stage equity investments, strategic partnerships, and joint ventures/collaborations. The firm looks to be a dedicated partner working closely with startups to advance technologies and build companies. The firm has a global presence and is open to early-stage companies from around the world.

The firm’s core focus is on tools and bioprocessing platforms for regenerative medicine including, but not limited to, cell and gene therapies. Interests also include therapies that rely on immature or insufficient manufacturing tools and processes. Some examples of the firm’s products include a platelet lysate culture media to expand cell lines, automated fill/finish and thawing devices, a cryogenic vial to protect samples throughout lab processes, a blood filtration system for autologous cell therapy preparation and more.

The firm has no strict requirements for companies or management teams.

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