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IndieBio

IndieBio

A startup accelerator for biotechnology companies located in San Fransisco, California.

IndieBio is a biotechnology and life science startup accelerator located in San Francisco, California and was founded in 2014. Their accelerator program is based in San Francisco, CA, and runs twice a year, with 15 companies in each batch. IndieBio is part of the SOSV accelerator family and provides participating startups with lab space, $250,000 in funding, and a 4-month incubation program for scientists and entrepreneurs to grow their biotechnology business.

On July 25, 2018, IndiebBio announced their seventh class of founders and companies.

Partners

Company
Type

Autodesk

Corporate

Academic

China Accelerator

SOSV accelerator

Academic

Cooley

Corporate

Corporate

Corporate

Food-X

SOSV accelerator

Givaudan

Corporate

Academic

HAX

SOSV accelerator

Academic

MOX

SOSV accelerator

Orrick

Corporate

RebelBio

SOSV accelerator

Corporate

Corporate

Tracxn

Corporate

Corporate

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Mentors of IndieBio

Name
Company

Adam D'augelli

True Ventures

Alex Felman

Felman Family Office

Alex Shandrovsky

L'chaim Sushi

Andrea Wong

Google

Andrew Hessel

Autodesk

Antony Evans

TAXA biotechnologies

Atul Butte

Institute of Computational Health Sciences, University of California San Francisco

Ben Kamens

Entrepreneur

Bharath Ramsundar

DeepChem

Bill Efcavitch

Molecular Assemblies

Brian Frezza

Emerald Therapeutics

Brian Naughton

23andMe

Bruce W.Lennett

DLA Piper LLP

Bryan Johnson

OS Fund, Kernal

Cameron Strachan

MetaMixis

Camilla Clarke

Female Algorithm Technologies, Leap Motion

Cindy Wu

Experiment

Connor Dickie

Synbiota Inc.

Cory Kidd

Catalia Health

Curt Fischer

N/A

Dariush Mozaffarian

Tufts University

Darren Leva

Seven Bridges Genomics

David Ayean

IDEO

David Mittelman

Entrepreneur

David Putrino

Director of Rehabilitation Innovation, Mt Sinai Health System | Assistant professor of Rehabilitation Medicine, Ichan School of Medicine

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Timeline

People

Name
Role
Related Golden topics

Alex Kopelyan

Program director and partner

Managing director and founder

Jun Axup

Scientific director and partner

Maya Lockwood

Communications director

Parikshit Sharma

Analyst

Taylor Sittler

Medical director

Further reading

Title
Author
Link
Type

A Silicon Valley biotech hub that offers startups $250,000 in funding explains the 'secret sauce' to success

Erin Brodwin

Web article

Quartzy partners with IndieBio to connect promising biotech startups with the lab supplies they need to drive scientific progress

IndieBio and Quartzy

News article

Scientist.com and IndieBio Create Next Generation Innovation Marketplace to Accelerate Early Stage Biotech Research

Scientist.com and IndieBio

News article

Tour the San Francisco lab that's growing meat in a petri dish

Christina Farr

Web article

Documentaries, videos and podcasts

Title
Date
Link

42 Questions with IndieBio - Can your company affect a billion people?

September 13, 2017

Arvind Gupta - IndieBio - Helping Scientists Use Biology and Technology to Solve Global Problems - Future Tech Podcast

June 25, 2018

Genetic Engineering at IndieBio

May 8, 2018

Indiebio - Jun Axup, Director Of Science - World's Largest Seed Bio-Technology Accelerator - Future Tech Podcast

January 9, 2018

IndieBio: Build the future of Biotech

January 3, 2017

NewCo Spotlight: IndieBio Is Turning Scientists Into Entrepreneurs

April 14, 2016

Companies

Company
CEO
Location
Products/Services

Grape-free wine

BioROSA

Egg-free egg whites

Clinicai

Ember

Fish without the catch

Geltor

Cellular Agriculture Colagen

Indee

Koniku

Berkeley

Building chips with biological neurons

Lab-grown meat

Mendel.ai

Matches patients with cancer treatments

Plant-based protein

NotCo

Santiago

Plant-based mayonnaise, cheese

Oralta

Orphidia

Pembient

Quartolio

Stämm