VC Investor Launches $125M Life Sciences Fund | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Excel Venture Management, a venture capital firm based in Boston, announced today that it has launched the Excel Medical Fund with $125 million to be invested in early- to late-stage life science platform companies.

Excel said that the new fund will focus its investments on healthcare information technology, services, diagnostics, medical devices, and life sciences platforms with applicability to adjacent industries such as energy, chemicals, defense, and agriculture.

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