- Boston, Massachusetts
- Medical Device, Health Care
- Broadview Ventures is a Boston-based trust that aims to accelerate technological advancements in cardiovascular and neurovascular diseases.
Broadview Ventures, Inc. (Broadview) was established in 2008 as a new program conceived by the Leducq family. Through Broadview, the trust will work to accelerate the development of promising technology in cardiovascular and neurovascular disease through targeted investment in and support of early stage technology ventures.
The Foundation Leducq, based in Paris, France, is the beneficiary of a charitable trust. In order to further the Foundation Leducqâ€:tm:s mission in cardiovascular and neurovascular disease, the trust has made funds available to Broadview to develop a program which will promote early state technology in these fields through investments, licensing agreements and consortium funding arrangements, as well as professional, management and consulting support.
With this initiative the trust joins other leaders in the venture philanthropy movement in seeking creative solutions to the problem of what is commonly referred to as the â€˜translational gapâ€:tm:, a significant component of which is a lack of funding at a critical moment in the development of new technology and science.
Current Team (7)Update
|Jan 18, 2016||LifeSciVC | Recovering scientist turned early stage VC - Biotech’s Glass Half Full for 2012|
|Jun 18, 2015||PRWeb Sitemap - 480 Biomedical Announces Funding from Broadview Ventures for Development of Pediatric Scaffold|
|Jun 3, 2015||Xconomy - Pushing Past Preclinical, Arsenal and 480 Biomedical Land $26.5M|
|Dec 19, 2014||Fierce Biotech - Eli Lilly rekindles Adocia partnership, Cell Therapy Catapult spends $85M on manufacturing center|
|Nov 20, 2014||Fierce Medical Devices - InfoBionic gets $17M to offer cloud-based cardiac monitoring|
|Apr 8, 2014||FinSMEs - InfoBionic Closes First Tranche of $17M Series B Financing|
|Feb 10, 2014||FinSMEs - Remedy Pharmaceuticals Receives Investment from Broadview Ventures|
|Sep 20, 2013||Mass Device - Cali startup Apama Medical lands $3.2M Series A-1|
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