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Over the past decade, almost US$2 billion has been invested in human microbiome research. Major projects are under way in the United States, the European Union, China, Canada, Ireland, South Korea and Japan. This session will provide the biotech and life sciences VC community perspective.
Prior to CosmosID, Mr. Dadlani served as a partner at Applied Value Group, a management consulting and investment firm, and was co-founder and CEO at Rasa Industries, Ltd., a leading beverage manufacturing company. Mr. Dadlani has substantial experience in strategy, M&A, supply chain management, product development, marketing and business development. Mr. Dadlani received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Biological Engineering from Cornell University. Services offered by CosmosID’s CLIA and GLP certified laboratory cover the entire workflow from study design to sample collection, extraction, library preparation, sequencing, data analysis and publication support. CosmosID’s cloud-based metagenomics application offers user-friendly access to the largest curated databases for microbial genomics, antimicrobial resistance and virulence data and has been independently validated to return metagenomic analyses at strain level resolution with industry-leading sensitivity and precision.
Denise joined Seventure Partners in September 2015 as an Advisor in the Life Sciences team for the microbiome field. Denise is currently based in Aberdeen, Scotland. As specialist in research on the human microbiome, she is responsible for relationships within the scientific and academic communities on behalf of Seventure Partners, identifying new investment opportunities in the field specific to the microbiome. Prior to joining Seventure, Denise led her own research team at the University of Aberdeen at the world renowned Rowett Institute. Denise has acquired more than 20 years of experience in intestinal microbiology and immunology. She was Founding President, General Manager, and Sales Director of GT Biologics, one of the first translational research spinouts developing innovative therapies from the microbiome.Her research is the source of many European and American patent applications. During her career, Denise worked with pharmaceutical and healthcare companies on several translational research projects.