Centessa Looks To Transform Drug Development With ‘Asset Centric’ Model
Company Bags $250m In Series A
In an interview with Scrip, CEO Saurabh Saha elaborates on the first-of-its-kind R&D model.
You may also be interested in...
Public Company Edition: The pace of US initial public offerings slowed a bit in April and May but could ramp back up in June as biopharma investor sentiment rebounds. Also, drug developers continue to go public via SPAC mergers, most recently Valo Health with a $2.8bn post-deal valuation.
The concept of a parent company with operating subsidiaries is becoming increasing common in biotech. The first to do it, Daphne Zohar, who co-founded PureTech back in 2005, tells Scrip how the company has made that model work.
Public Company Edition: The Nasdaq Biotechnology Index appears to be in recovery from an earlier slide, but still has ground to make up. Also, Jazz sold $1.5bn worth of notes and Zai Lab closed an $823.9m follow-on offering.