Vividion Raises $82M to Advance Small Molecule Drugs to the Clinic

06:00 EDT 30 Apr 2019 | Xconomy

Vividion Therapeutics, a biotechnology company that launched in 2017 around discoveries made in Scripps Research Institute labs, has raised $82 million in financing. Nextech Invest, a Swiss investment firm that funds companies developing cancer therapeutics, led the Series B round of funding. As part of the investment, Nextech partner Jakob Loven gets a board seat. […]

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