Solid Biosciences appears to be prepping for an IPO with $50M round for Duchenne gene therapy
Solid Biosciences has come up with a $50 million crossover round that would appear to be positioning the company for an IPO as it advances a gene therapy for Duchenne muscular dystrophy into the clinic.
Founded by Duchenne dad — and former JP Morgan investment banker — Ilan Ganot, the Cambridge, MA-based biotech attracted RA Capital and Bain to the lead roles in the new round. RA is a well known crossover investor while Bain has begun to spread its wings with a new fund.
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