RoosterBio

RoosterBio

RoosterBio is a biotechnology company located in Frederick, Maryland, founded by Jon Rowley in 2013 providing standardized stem cell products for R&D, clinical, and commercial use in the regenerative medicine industry.

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On January 14, 2014, RoosterBio announced they raised $100,000 in venture roundventure round funding. Investors were not disclosed.

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On February 25, 2014, RoosterBio closed their seed funding round raising $250,000 in seed roundseed round funding. Investors were not disclosed.

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March 15, 2017

Series A funding round

On March 15, 2017, RoosterBio closed a series A funding round raising $6,000,000 in capital. Investors were not disclosed.

February 25, 2014

Seed round funding

On February 25, 2014, RoosterBio closed their seed funding round raising $250,000 in seed round funding. Investors were not disclosed.

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Venture funding round

On January 14, 2014, RoosterBio announced they raised $100,000 in venture round funding. Investors were not disclosed.

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Martin Peters

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Prem Ramaswami

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Rob Carlson

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Uplaksh Sant Kumar

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RoosterBio is a biotechnology company suppling high-quality stem cell based products for research and development, clinical trials, and commercial products in the regenerative medicine industry. It's located in Frederick, Maryland, and was founded in 2013 by Jon Rowley. RoosterBio's stem cells are adult human mesenchymal stem cells (hMSCs). These adult stem cells are frozen and then shipped to customers for use. They can be used directly after thawing, eliminating the costly and timely stem cell expansion step normally undertaken by scientists working with hMSCs. The ability to use RoosterBio's stem cells directly after thawing is made possible by freezing them along with a custom engineered supportive medium system developed by RoosterBio.

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On marchMarch 15, 2017, RoosterBio closed a series A funding round raising $6,000,000 in capital. Investors were not disclosed.

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RoosterBio

ARoosterBio is a biotechnology company located in Frederick, Maryland, founded by Jon Rowley in 2013 providing standardized stem cell products for R&D, clinical, and commercial use in the regenerative medicine industry.

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RoosterBio was founded in 2013 by Jon Rowley with the goal of providing high-quality stem cell based products for research and development, clinical trials, and commercial products. The company offers high-quality adult human mesenchymal stem cells (hMSCs) that can be used directly after thawing, which eliminates a costly and timely expansion step for researchers. The company's aim is "to make cellular products a 'ready-to-use' reagent".

RoosterBio is a biotechnology company suppling high-quality stem cell based products for research and development, clinical trials, and commercial products in the regenerative medicine industry. It's located in Frederick, Maryland, and was founded in 2013 by Jon Rowley. RoosterBio's stem cells are adult human mesenchymal stem cells (hMSCs). These adult stem cells are frozen and then shipped to customers for use. They can be used directly after thawing, eliminating the costly and timely stem cell expansion step normally undertaken by scientists working with hMSCs. The ability to use RoosterBio's stem cells directly after thawing is made possible by freezing them along with a custom engineered supportive medium system developed by RoosterBio.

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Venture Round

On January 14, 2014, RoosterBio announced they raised $100,000 in venture round funding. Investors were not disclosed.

Seed Round

On February 25, 2014, RoosterBio closed their seed funding round raising $250,000 in seed round funding. Investors were not disclosed.

Series A

On march 15, 2017, RoosterBio closed a series A funding round raising $6,000,000 in capital. Investors were not disclosed.

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John Farrell

RoosterBio: Helping Researchers Scale Up Cells For Patient Delivery

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2015 Frederick County Business Leader: RoosterBio

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RoosterBio was founded in 2013 by Jon Rowley, who currently serves as Chiefwith Technicalthe Officer,goal toof provideproviding high-quality cellularstem cell based products for research and development, clinical trials, and commercial products. The company offers high-quality adult human mesenchymal stem cellsmesenchymal stem cells (hMSCs) that can be used directly after thawing, which eliminates a costly and timely expansion step for researchers. The company's aim is "to make cellular products a 'ready-to-use' reagentreagent".

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Jacob Pattasseril

Vice president of operations

Jon Rowley

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Kathy WIlliams

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Lye-Theng Lock

Director, product & process development

Margot Connor

Chief executive officer

Priya Baraniak

Director, business development and strategic marketing

Taby Ahsan

Director, analytical development

Tom Rogers

Director, global sales

Vincent Divito

Chief financial officer

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RoosterBio

Cell and tissue engineering company

A company providing standardized stem cell products for R&D, clinical, and commercial use.

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RoosterBio was founded in 2013 by Jon Rowley, who currently serves as Chief Technical Officer, to provide high-quality cellular products for research and development, clinical trials, and commercial products. The company offers high-quality adult human mesenchymal stem cells (hMSCs) that can be used directly after thawing, which eliminates a costly and timely expansion step for researchers. The company's aim is "to make cellular products a 'ready-to-use' reagent".

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