Hot Investor Mandate: Cross-Border VC with USA & Asian Offices Invests in Therapeutics & Digital Health Technologies with Novel, Differentiated Strategies

3 Sep

A healthcare-focused venture capital firm invests in companies and people that are changing the way people treat human health through new approaches and technologies. The firm invests in early-stage technologies to build the next-generation companies. The firm partners with companies early on as the firm looks to support visionary teams, cutting-edge healthcare technologies and those at the forefront of medicine. The firm’s teams are based in Boston and Taiwan.

For early-stage therapeutics, the firm focuses on novel approaches that achieve differentiated therapeutic results, regardless of modalities. The firm will engage with pre-clinical developments where there is compelling science with cell and/or animal model proof of concept data and invests through pre-clinical and early clinical proof of concept stages. Key areas of interest include, immunological diseases, neurological diseases, metabolic diseases, and infectious diseases.

For digital health technologies, the firm looks for technology platforms that enable pertinent scientific insights into drug development and design or novel approaches to enhance delivery of care from providers to patients. Key areas of interest include, synthetic biology, machine learning for drug discovery (proteomics and metabolomics), and tools that help reduce healthcare costs.

The firm is looking for experienced management teams with strong scientific expertise and management skills.

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