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Mirador Therapeutics launches with $400 million

by Rowan Walrath
March 28, 2024 | A version of this story appeared in Volume 102, Issue 10

 

After selling their last company, Prometheus Therapeutics, to Merck & Co., Mark McKenna and a few other former Prometheus executives have founded another precision medicine start-up, Mirador Therapeutics. Mirador is looking at patients’ molecular profiles for markers of immunofibrotic diseases and then developing drugs for those targets. Already the startup has secured $400 million in venture capital. Arch Venture Partners led the fundraising; other investors include OrbiMed, Fidelity Investments, and Sanofi’s venture arm.

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