GT Medical Technologies Inc. revealed that it has raised $16 million in a series B financing round led by MVM Partners, which was joined by existing investors Medtech Venture Partners and Bluestone Venture Partners. Funds will support the expanded commercialization of Gammatile Therapy, a surgically targeted radiation therapy (STaRT) that is intended to help patients with brain tumors.
Rebus Biosystems Inc. has closed a $20 million series B fundraising round. The financing round was led by Illumina Ventures with participation by Lifecore Partners, Ncore Ventures, Xolon Invest, Ctk Investments, Ray Co. Ltd., Seegene Medical Foundation, Labgenomics Co. Ltd. and Timefolio Asset Management. Rebus builds spatial omics tools, assays and platforms. The company plans to use the new funding to support commercialization of its spatial omics solution and expansion of its marketing, sales, research, and product development teams, said Rebus CEO Paul Sargeant. Rebus plans to launch its automated, standalone Rebus Biosystems instrument and optimized assay kits for spatial transcriptomics early in 2021.
Neuromod Devices Ltd., which is developing an at-home, self-managed treatment for tinnitus, closed a €10.5 million (US$12.4 million) series B financing led by majority investor Fountain Healthcare Partners. The funds are earmarked for expanding European commercialization of the Lenire tinnitus treatment device, to scale up manufacturing, progress U.S. FDA regulatory approval and pursue opportunities with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
Butterfly Medical Ltd. could be on the verge of metamorphosis into a major player in the benign prostatic hyperplasia treatment field. The Yokneam, Israel-based company just raised $7 million in a series B financing led by New Rhein Healthcare Investors LLC, of Philadelphia.
Alucent Biomedical Inc., which is developing a restorative therapy for peripheral artery disease (PAD), completed a $35 million series B financing led by a multinational strategic investor. The funds will be used to complete clinical studies of the Alucent Natural Vascular Scaffolding (AlucentNVS) vessel restoration system with photoactivated linking, the company’s first product.
Ionpath Inc., a developer of high-definition spatial proteomics, scored $18 million in a series B funding round led by Samsara Biocapital. The round also included global mass spectrometry leader Bruker Corp. as a new investor. Menlo Park, Calif.-based Ionpath plans to use the investment for continued development and deployment of the company’s Multiplexed Ion Beam Imaging (MIBI) technology, which provides quantitative protein imaging at a subcellular level.
Exo Imaging Inc. closed a $40 million series B+ funding round that is earmarked to help with the development of a hand-held ultrasound device and cloud-based workflow software platform. The funding follows a series B round in August 2019 that reeled in $35 million and brings the company’s total raise to nearly $100 million.
With an eye toward launching its first product, Mobilion Systems Inc. has revealed a $35 million series B funding round led by Amoon. Todd Sone, partner at Amoon who also is joining the company’s board, highlighted the duo’s common vision to develop technologies that offer high resolution and speed.
Tech-enabled diabetes and chronic conditions management company Cecelia Health has secured $13 million in a series B financing led by Rittenhouse Ventures and Endo Investors. Other participants in the round included Boston Millennia Partners, SustainVC and G100 Capital. The funds will be used to speed and further scale adoption of the company’s coaching and telemedicine tools and to build out digital health capabilities.
DNA Script SAS raised a $50 million extension to its series B financing, for a total yield of $89 million. Paris-based DNA Script has earmarked the funds to advance the development of its suite of enzymatic DNA synthesis (EDS) technologies and support the commercial launch of its Syntax DNA benchtop printer.