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The Creation Of Biotech Startups: Evolution Not Revolution
August 15, 2019

The startup paradigm for the creation and funding of new biotech companies has evolved enormously over the past two decades. Recently there’s been a pair of articles from Tech VCs about applying alternative models of company creation (here, here) to

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Biotech New Venture Formation: Reflecting On A Decade’s Changing Dynamics
December 18, 2015

This year I celebrated my 10-year work anniversary with Atlas.  Hard to believe how fast a decade flies by, and this milestone triggered some reflections on how times have changed in biotech and the early stage venture business. As we


Venture-Backed Biotech Today: Reflections On Exits, Funding, and Startup Formation
January 22, 2015

Biotech is definitely red-hot, and has been for the past eight quarters. Immuno-oncology, cancer metabolism, gene therapy, orphan diseases, NASH, autoimmune – there’s a broad range of disease settings that are capturing the excitement and imagination of investors today. With some