Yale Startup Kolltan Pharmaceuticals Nets $35M in VC Financing to Develop Cancer Rx | GenomeWeb

Kolltan Pharmaceuticals, a cancer therapeutics company founded last year based on scientific discoveries made at Yale University, said last week that it has raised more than $35 million in a Series A financing round to advance its therapeutic development pipeline.

Kolltan is the latest in a string of life science companies in the last two years that are based at least in part on research conducted at Yale and have garnered $25 million or more in startup financing.

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