Nan Fung
Life Sciences

Focused on innovation and growth in Life Sciences

OVERVIEW

A global Investor in Life Sciences

Our deep resources, commitment, and knowledge within the Nan Fung Life Sciences family of investment companies make us the ideal partners to scientists, entrepreneurs, and corporations around the world. With a diverse set of experiences, skills, and a track record in company formation, venture capital, and scientific innovation, we focus on delivering opportunities to investors who seek to benefit from long-term value.

Nan Fung Life Sciences

Global Life Sciences Investment Platform

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Global Life Sciences Asset Management Platform

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Global Life Sciences VC Investor
(excluding Asia)

Pivotal China >

Life Sciences VC Investor
Based in China

Pivotal CNS >

Global CNS Venture Capital Investor

Pivotal Growth >

Global Life Sciences Growth
Stage Investor

Public Investment >

Life Sciences Public
Investor

NFLS Platform Companies >

Building Life Sciences Companies

Fund & Co
Investments >

Investing in Life Sciences Funds

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LATEST news

Obsidian Therapeutics Announces Closing of $115 Million Series B Financing

Funding to Advance Pipeline of Engineered TIL Therapies for Solid Tumors into Clinical Studies
Existing investors Atlas Venture, Vertex Ventures HC, Amgen Ventures, and Bristol Myers Squibb participated in the financing.Also participating in the round is Vertex Pharmaceuticals, with whom Obsidian recently executed a collaboration to discover novel therapies that regulate gene editing.

Vigil raises $90M in neuroscience ‘renaissance.’ Is an IPO around the corner?

A couple of years ago, Amgen joined Big Pharma’s mass exodus from neuroscience, as execs either abandoned or trimmed back their programs in the field.

Now, a small Cambridge, MA-based biotech is sprinting toward the clinic with two of Amgen’s old TREM2 assets, and investors are putting down $90 million ahead of what they believe could be neuroscience’s big comeback.