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Zocdoc raised $150M; Modern Health landed $74M; Human Interest secured $55M; WireWheel picks up $20M
Armis: Armis is a Palo Alto, Ca.-based IoT startup focused on unmanaged device security. Armis has raised $125 million in new funding at a post-money valuation of $2 billion led by Brookfield Technology Partners, which was joined by Insight Partners, CapitalG, and Georgian. Read more
Personal Genome Diagnostics: Personal Genome Diagnostics is a Baltimore, Md.-based cancer genomics company. Personal Genome Diagnostics has raised $103 million in Series C funding led by Cowen Healthcare Investments. Other investors in the round include Northpond Ventures, Vensana Capital, Rock Springs Capital, Kern Capital, Sands Capital, PFM Health Sciences, Windham Ventures, New Enterprise Associates, Innovatus Capital Partners, and Catalio Capital Management. Read more
Hyperfine: Hyperfine is a Guilford, Ct.-based software company that makes advanced analytics software for precision medicine. Hyperfine has raised $90 Million in Series D funding, including from GV, Nextrans, Axiom Associates, Huami, Colle Capital, LSS, and Altium Capital. Read more
Cyteir Therapeutics: Cyteir Therapeutics is a Lexington, Ma.-based developer of synthetic lethal therapies for cancer. Cyteir Therapeutics raised $80 million in Series C funding. RA Capital Management led the round, joined by Acuta Capital Partners, Ally Bridge Group, Avidity Partners, Ample Plus Fund, CaaS Capital Management and earlier investors. Read more
Pipeline Therapeutics: Pipeline Therapeutics is a San Diego-based developer of small molecule therapies for neuroregeneration. Pipeline Therapeutics has raised $80 million in Series C funding. Investors in the round include Perceptive Advisors, Franklin Templeton, Casdin Capital, Samsara BioCapital, Suvretta Capital, Red Tree VC, Versant Ventures (which incubated the company), Sectoral Asset Management and Cleva Pharma. Read more
Ensoma: Ensoma is a Boston-based genomics medicine company. Ensoma has raised $70 million in Series A funding. 5AM Ventures led the round, joined by F-Prime Capital, Takeda Ventures, Viking Global Investors, Cormorant Asset Management, RIT Capital Partners, Symbiosis II, and Alexandria Venture Investments. Read more
Modern Health: Modern Health is a San Francisco-based mental health benefits platform. Modern Health has raised $74 million in Series D funding at a $1.17 billion post-money valuation. Founders Fund led the round, joined by investor Lachy Groom. Read more
Pivotal Commware: Pivotal Commware is a Kirkland, Wa.-based maker of millimeter-wave 5G network infrastructure products. Pivotal Commware has raised $50 million in Series C funding. Tracker Capital Management led the round, joined by Devonshire Investors and Pivotal’s earlier backers, including Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, who began investing in the company in 2017. Read more
Human Interest: Human Interest is a San Francisco-based provider of 401(k) programs to small and midsize businesses. Human Interest has raised $55 million in Series C funding led by Glynn Capital, with added participation from NewView Capital. Read more
Labelbox: Labelbox is a San Francisco-based startup developing a data annotation and labeling platform. Labelbox has raised $40 million in Series C funding. B Capital Group led the round, joined by Andreessen Horowitz, First Round Capital, Gradient Ventures, and Kleiner Perkins. Read more
SpyBiotech: SpyBiotech is an Oxford, England-based biotech with a vaccine platform that's targeting infectious diseases, cancer, and chronic diseases. SpyBiotech has raised $32.5 million in Series A funding. Braavos Investment Advisers led the round, joined by Oxford Investment Consultants, Oxford Sciences Innovation, GV, and the U.K. Government’s Future Fund. Read more
UpEquity: UpEquity is an Austin, Texas-based tech-enabled mortgage platform creating a better way to buy a home. UpEquity today announced the closing of $25 million in Series A funding led by Next Coast Ventures. Read more
Compute North: Compute North is an Eden Prairie, Minn based company in the bitcoin, cryptocurrency, blockchain sector. Compute North has closed its next growth capital round of $25 million in debt financing and equity to expand capacity and enable further growth. Read more
WireWheel: WireWheel is an Arlington, Va.-based data privacy management company. WireWheel has raised $20 million in Series B funding. ForgePoint Capital led the round, joined by New Enterprise Associates, Revolution’s Rise of the Rest Fund, PSP Growth, Grotech Ventures, and Sands Capital Ventures. Read more
Equip: Equip is a San Diego, Ca.-based startup offering virtual therapy for eating disorders, has raised $13 million in Series A funding led by Optum Ventures, with participation from .406 Ventures and F-Prime Capital. Read more
Capitalize: Capitalize is a New York-based retirement savings platform that helps its customers transfer their retirement assets. Capitalize has raised $12.5 million in Series A funding led by Canapi Ventures, with participation from earlier backers Bling Capital, Greycroft, RRE Ventures and Walkabout Ventures. Read more
Insightin Health: Insightin Health is a Baltimore based data-driven decision-making technology for healthcare member acquisition, retention, and engagement. Insightin Health raised a $12 million Series A funding round. Read more
Spacelift: Spacelift is a Redwood City, Ca.-based startup that automates the management of cloud infrastructure. Spacelift has raised $6 million in Series A funding led by London’s Blossom Capital, with participation from the Polish fund Inovo Venture Partners and London-based Hoxton Ventures. Read more
BusUp: BusUp is a San Francisco-based startup connecting employers with transportation providers and help all stakeholders optimize for the most efficient routes. BusUp has raised $6 million in Series A funding led by Proeza Ventures, with participation from Autotech Ventures and Finaves V. Read more
Reduct.Video: Reduct.Video is a San Francisco-based startup that uses artificial intelligence, natural language processing and other technologies to simplify the process of creating video footage that's easy to edit. Reduct.Video has raised $4 million in funding by Greylock and South Park Commons, with participation from individual investors, including Figma CEO Dylan Field and former Twitter exec Elad Gil. Read more
MutualMarkets: MutualMarkets is a New York-based-based marketing company. MutualMarkets has raised $3 million in seed funding co-led by Greycroft and Bessemer Venture Partners, with participation from Peak Opportunity Partners, and numerous individual investors. Read more
Brightly: Brightly is a Seattle-based discovery platform for eco-friendly products. Brightly has raised $1 million in funding led by The Female Founders Alliance, with participation from Tacoma Venture Fund and Keeler Investments. Read more
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