Hatteras Venture Partners

Hatteras Venture Partners

U.S.-based venture capital firm specializing in funding startups in the medical industry operating from the Southeastern states.

Hatteras Venture Partners is a venture capital firm established in 2000. The firm was founded by Clay B. Thorp and John Crumpler. It operates from its headquarters in Durham, North Carolina. As of March 2019, the firm has 44 active companies in its portfolio and has sold off its ownership in 35 companies. It has most recently invested in Kymera on November 2018, a company specializing in the development of biotechnology to treat untreatable diseases.

Hatteras Venture Partners’ primary investment focus is in companies providing products and services in the field of biopharmaceuticals, medical devices, diagnostic, healthcare information technology and medicine sectors. The firm funds companies in various stages of development, from early stage to mid-venture. It prefers to fund companies operating from the Southeastern states of the U.S., such as North Carolina. Its latest funding round was held in January 2017, which managed to amass a total of $150 million.

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Funded Companies

Company
Description
Industry
Website
Location
G1 Therapeutics

A company developing small molecule therapies to treat cancer

Orig3n is a biotechnology company developing personalized regenerative medicine treatments based on patient genetic profiles.

PerkinElmer is a biotechnology company founded by Richard Scott Perkin working on developing detection, imaging, informatics, and service capable technologies.

Rodin Therapeutics is a biotechnology company developing treatments for Alzheimer's disease that is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts and was founded in 2013 by Ankit Mahadevia and Martin Jefson.

SugarSync is a San Mateo, California-based file sharing company.

A clinical research organization that gives services to rising pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies

Kymera Therapeutics is a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based biotechnology company specialized in the field of targeted protein degradation.

Wildflower Health is a San Francisco-based company founded by Leah Sparks.

A biopharmaceutical company that develops drugs for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases, endocrine and other metabolic disorders

Qvella is a Richmond Hill, Ontario-based molecular diagnostics company producing medical diagnostic devices and related supplies founded in 2009 by Tino Alavie.

A company developing molecular diagnostic assays and drugs for the treatment of cancer

A company developing opthalmic therapeutic products

NeuroTronik is a Durham, North Carolina-based company founded in 2012 by William Starling.

A pharmaceutical company developing therapies for ocular diseases

Coferon develops therapeutic molecules

StrideBio, Inc. is a gene therapy company focused on creating and developing novel adeno-associated viral (AAV) vector technologies.

A company developing antifungal therapies

410 Medical is a Durham, North Carolina-based company founded in 2013.

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People

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Role
LinkedIn

Dana Fowlkes

Venture Partner

Fred Goldwater

Venture Partner

Andrew Guo

Employee

Christy L. Shaffer

Venture Partner

Clay B. Thorp

Founder/General Partner

Jeff Terrell

Employee

John Crumpler

Founder/General Partner

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Companies

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CEO
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Products/Services

GeneCentric

Respirics

Stridebio

Trefoil Therapeutics

Viamet

Wildflower

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