Maryland Venture Fund is a venture capital firm established in 1994. The firm is headquartered in Columbia, Maryland. As of July 2019, the firm is managing 52 companies in its portfolio and has sold off its ownership in 29 companies. Maryland Venture Fund provides funding from $500,000 – $1.5 million for companies in various industries, based in Maryland or otherwise.
Xometry is a Gaithersburg, Maryland-based company founded by Laurence Zuriff.
A proteomics-based diagnostics company providing research services for the development of personalized medicine
QxBranch is a data analysis and quantum computing software company.
Biotechnology company providing protein analysis tools and commercializing diagnostic tests
Optoro is a Washington, D.C.-based company founded in 2004.
Personal Genomics is a medical diagnostics company developing tissue-based and liquid biopsy genomic products for laboratory and diagnostic applications.
HCIactive is a company founded in 2006 by Henry Cha, James Birger and Keith Lemer.
Bandura Cyber is a computer security company.
RackTop Systems is a Fulton, Maryland-based company founded in 2010 by Jonathan Halstuch.
GraftWorx is a company founded by Samit Gupta.
Zenoss is an Austin, Texas-based modelops company founded in 2005.
Fugue is a Frederick, Maryland-based company founded in 2013.