Tag Archives: biotech venture funding

Biotech Venture Ecosystem: Quick Health Check
January 12, 2024

Biotech feels like it’s got some wind in its sails here at the start of 2024, with positive sentiments from the JPM conference. Indeed, the public equity markets feeling somewhat buoyant for the first time in ages. With the close

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Biotech Funding: Times Are Tough, Maybe For The Better
April 14, 2023

Times remain tough for private biotech venture capital funding. Access to capital is more constrained than it’s been in years, and companies are starting to feel the pinch.  Yet, despite the pain after a cycle of excess, perhaps this return

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Booming VC-Backed Biopharma: Strong Market Despite Pandemic
April 8, 2020

Venture capital is a long investment cycle business, and never before has that been so clear as now in the face of the ongoing COVID pandemic. Even with the unprecedented public equity market volatility, venture investing into private biopharma companies

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VC-Backed Biotech Ecosystem: A Market In Healthy Equilibrium
March 10, 2017

Despite the volatility of biotech stocks in the public markets, the VC-backed private biotech ecosystem has been in remarkable equilibrium for much of the last decade. e·qui·lib·ri·um. noun.  a state in which opposing forces or influences are balanced. As I’ve noted


Data Snapshot: Venture-Backed Biotech Financing Riding High
April 21, 2015

Biotech venture funding metrics continue at historic highs, highlighting that the robust financing environment in the public markets continues to fuel the private markets as well. Last week the quarterly Thomson Reuters data on venture capital funding came out via

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