Diving deeper into inherited retinal disorders, Novartis gobbles up another bite-sized optogenetics biotech
Right about a year ago, a Novartis team led by Jay Bradner and Cynthia Grosskreutz at NIBR swooped in to scoop up a Cambridge, MA-based opthalmology gene therapy company called Vedere. Their focus was on a specific market niche: inherited retinal dystrophies that include a wide range of genetic retinal disorders marked by the loss of photoreceptor cells and progressive vision loss.
But that was just the first deal that whet their appetite.
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