Fresh off $100M round, GV-backed real-world data startup woos Duke researcher as CMO
Days ago Verana Health closed $100 million to expand its real-world data system and get ready for “regulatory-grade.” What’s left unsaid was that they’ve also found the guy to help them do it.
The San Francisco startup has recruited Matt Roe from Duke University to be its chief medical officer, overseeing the iterative process of generating clinical data and deriving scientific insight from prospective research. His job is also to work with other stakeholders such as academic centers and the FDA to map out more use cases for real-world data.
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