Immortagen, Inc. announced that it has successfully completed its Series A financing. Immortagen is a cutting edge cancer company that is developing genetic analysis tools for personalized medicine. These proprietary tools will assist pharmaceutical and diagnostics companies to interpret next-generation genetic data and guide clinical trial design and recruitment. Immortagen’s product pipeline fills
At the Biotech Showcase 2015 in San Francisco, five biotech analysts examined the small-cap life sciences marketplace. They found every reason to believe its good health would continue into 2015 and beyond.
An old investment principle says the equity upside of diagnostics and tools companies can’t hold a candle to that of small biotech drug developers. Managing Director and Head of Equity Healthcare Research Raghuram “Ram” Selvaraju of Aegis Capital begs to differ. His research has uncovered small- and micro-cap companies developing
By Vivien Diniz
Two years ago, medtech was thought to be waning. Investors were deserting companies perceived to be short on margins and sure to be demolished by the Affordable Care Act. Today the landscape is transformed: Medtech companies are embracing international markets, preparing for increased volumes of procedures and enjoying new, rich
Biotech has had a scorching run for more than a year and a half, but as broader markets approach more realistic valuations with less potential upside, it becomes even more important to be invested in the right companies with truly meaningful catalysts on the horizon. George Zavoico of MLV &
New medical tests can be moneymakers for small- and mid-cap companies: They save insurers the pain of paying more to treat maladies and save patients from unnecessary treatments. In this interview with The Life Sciences Report, Senior Biotechnology Analyst and Director Kevin DeGeeter of Ladenburg, Thalmann & Co. makes his