Researchers at Harvard University who want to take drug discoveries from the lab to the market may soon get an infusion of cash. The university plans to announce a partnership Wednesday with Deerfield ...
Harvard University researchers should be able to get drugs to market far quicker after a hedge fund plowed $100 million into a new research ... who is prepared to support early-stage research and to ...
The healthcare investment ... into drug research at prominent universities around the country, including Northwestern University and Vanderbilt University. The hedge fund also previously pledged more ...
But even after the session, Tim Anderson of Wolfe Research signaled ... a health care hedge fund firm that has pledged $100 million to invest in promising potential drugs. (Saltzman, 3/13) WMTV ...
Hedge fund firm Deerfield Management has committed $100 million to fund the development of drugs and medical treatments at Harvard University. The healthcare investment firm and ... through which ...
David and Stacey Goel have donated $100 million to help relocate the American Repertory Theater, or ART, and fund research. ART has been the professional theater housed by Harvard in Cambridge ... ...
Singh, who left Goldman in 2004, has spent almost $100 million ... research, Singh and a small band of wealthy parents whose children have serious illnesses are spending millions of dollars to fund ...
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Have you heard the latest wisecrack about Harvard? People are calling ... A report by Preqin, an organization that provides research to investors, states that the school’s investment in hedge funds is ...
a health care hedge fund firm that has pledged $100 million to invest in promising potential drugs. The money will be funneled through a new company, Lab1636 — a reference to the year when Harvard was ...
Deerfield Management, a healthcare hedge fund, has invested $100 million in a new research and development partnership with Cambridge, Mass.-based Harvard University, according to The Boston Globe. ...
Hedge funds once seemed crucial to helping the College of Wooster boost the value of its endowment. Not anymore. “We were the king of hedge funds,” said John Sell, an economics professor who also ...