ManaT Bio, a KRAS biotech from Bert Vogelstein and Catalio, targets $153M with Third Rock partner as CEO
A new immunotherapy biotech from famed Johns Hopkins oncology researchers Bert Vogelstein and Drew Pardoll is in the works, with a sizable $153 million financing round underway.
Vogelstein, who has founded cancer detection companies like Thrive and Haystack Oncology, has been working on a “multi-year collaboration” with Pardoll to find mutation-associated neoantigens (hence MANAs) that show up on the cell surface, according to the company’s incubator, Catalio Capital Management.
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