Cellzome, Paving Its Road to Drug Discovery, Raises 30 Million in Series C | GenomeWeb

It had been quiet around Cellzome since last September, when former Roche Pharma executive David Brown joined the company as president and CEO. But last week, Cellzome broke its silence with a bang, announcing that it had raised €30 million ($31.8 million) in a Series C round from Invesco Private Capital and nine other VC companies. At least investors, it seems, trust that the company is well on its way to morph from an academic spin-off with an interesting proteomics technology into a drug discovery firm with potential for profits.

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