Medical device and MedTech insights, news, tips and more
Adagio Medical Raises $42.5 Million In Series E Financing
November 16, 2020
Adagio Medical, Inc., a leading innovator for the treatment of atrial fibrillation (AF) and ventricular tachycardia (VT), and developer of the intelligent Continuous Lesion Ablation System (iCLAS™), today announced that it has closed a $42.5 million Series E equity financing. Proceeds from the financing will be used to support the ongoing iCLAS™ Investigational Device Exemption (IDE) trial, accelerate the European VT CE-Mark trial, advance the commercialization of the iCLAS system in CE-Mark countries, and continue the development and clinical validation of Adagio’s pulsed field cryoablation (PFCA) technology.
The Series E equity financing included new investors ArrowMark Partners, RA Capital Management and Perceptive Advisors, who joined existing investors including JMR Capital and Fjord Ventures. Tuan Huynh of ArrowMark and Zach Scheiner, PhD of RA Capital Management have been appointed to the Adagio Board of Directors.
“We are excited to have this world-class syndicate be a part of transforming the treatment of cardiac arrhythmias, and we are pleased to welcome Tuan and Zach to the Board of Directors,” said Olav Bergheim, President and CEO of Adagio.
“Cardiac ablation is a large and growing market that faces significant challenges including disappointing clinical outcomes, long procedure times and unsatisfactory profitability for providers,” said Tuan Huynh. “We believe Adagio represents a unique opportunity to transform ablation therapy and look forward to partnering with Adagio’s management team to support the company’s growth and commitment to addressing challenges faced by physicians and their patients.”
“The Adagio iCLAS technology has shown the potential to become the best-in-class cardiac ablation system and improve outcomes for the most difficult to treat AF patients,” said Zach Scheiner, PhD. “In addition to ultra-low temperature cryoablation, Adagio can deliver pulsed field ablation in the same catheter (PFCA) which offers advantages over either modality alone. We are excited to join like-minded partners to support the company as it strives to bring this novel technology to market.”
See Full Press Release at the Source: Adagio Medical Raises $42.5 Million In Series E Financing
Press Release by: Adagio Medical
We offer a variety of different solutions for hiring managers depending on the scope and scale of each individual search. We craft a personalized solution for each client and position with a focus on attracting the best possible talent in the shortest possible time frame.
Are you hiring?
Contact us to discuss partnering with Legacy MedSearch on your position.