Goodwin Procter LLP advised InterVenn Biosciences on the deal.
InterVenn Biosciences announced its $34 million Series B fundraising. The latest round was led by Anzu Partners with full participation of Genoa Ventures, Amplify Partners, and True Ventures; Xeraya Capital and the Ojjeh Family joined the syndicate as well.
InterVenn utilizes a proprietary glycoproteomic biomarker interrogation platform using AI and mass spectrometry for next-gen precision medicine. The company is working to find new solutions in ovarian, pancreatic, liver, prostate, and kidney cancer, together with applications from the Vista suite of solutions for treatment and monitoring, immune profiling, patient stratification, and disease progression.
Funds will be used to commercialize the company’s High-Throughput-Glycoproteomic powered diagnostic for ovarian cancer; to service increasing partnership platform demand; and to accelerate development efforts for the immuno-oncology treatment response and colorectal cancer indications.
The Goodwin team was led by Maggie Wong (Picture) and Kingsley Taft, and included Wynn Stateman, Jace Lynch, Tricia Hojo, and Ruowen Li.
Law Firms: Goodwin Procter;
Clients: InterVenn Biosciences;