Today on Health in 2 Point 00, the word is SHEDLOAD. On Episode 235, Jess and I talk about the scoop on an M&A and shedloads more money in today’s health tech funding climate. First up, Lark gets $100 million, bringing its total to $185 million. How much more money can we throw at a …
TrialSpark, a startup whose software manages various aspects of clinical trials, is becoming a drug developer. Led by CEO and cofounder Benjamine Liu, the company now plans to to acquire or partner on drug candidates, and to invest in biotech companies.
A video from the conference spotlights startup pitches and Q&A with judges in the Life Science track of the Pitch Perfect contest.
Judges picked TrialSpark as the winner on the life sciences track of the pitch competition at MedCity’s virtual precision medicine conference. While the company is focused on improving clinical trials for others, it hopes eventually to bring drugs of its own to market.
The final day of the conference, Friday, December 11, includes a panel on precision medicine investment trends, a look at clinical trial design innovation and the life sciences track of our Pitch Perfect startup contest. Register now!
Among the areas of interest for companies presenting at Pitch Perfect at INVEST Precision Medicine are clinical stroke detection, making medical research more inclusive, using technology to accelerate the pace of clinical trials, developing more patient friendly drug delivery systems for reconstitutable drugs, and more.