Fate Therapeutics, Inc.

Fate Therapeutics, Inc.

Fate Therapeutics, Inc.

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3535 General Atomics Court, Suite 200, San Diego, CA, 92121, USA

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Employees (Worldwide)



Hospitals & Patient Services

Company Description

Fate Therapeutics, Inc. engages in the development of programmed cellular immunotherapies for cancer and immune disorder. Its pipeline of products include immuno-ocology candidates and immuno-regulation candidates. The company was founded by Philip Beachy, Sheng Ding, Rudolf Jaenisch, Randall T. Moon, Michael Rudnicki, David Scadden, Leonard Zon, Alexander Rives, Scott Wolchko, and John D. Mendlein on April 27, 2007 and is headquartered in San Diego, CA.

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Chief Development Officer

Chief Scientific Officer

Senior Vice President-Corporate Development

Senior Vice President-Technical Operations

Senior Vice President-Clinical Translation

Senior Vice President-Clinical Development


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Former Executive Chairman at Biogen, Inc.

Founder at Fate Therapeutics, Inc.

Partner at Polaris Partners

Former Vice President-Financial Services at California Healthcare Institute

Founder at Fate Therapeutics, Inc.

Chief Medical Officer at Epizyme, Inc.

Founding Member at Redmile Group LLC

Executive Vice President of Research & Chief Scientific Officer at Gritstone Oncology, Inc.

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Redmile Group invests primarily in U.S. and non-U.S. healthcare companies. While the partnerships and funds generally invest in public equities, these investtments may be in illiquid, publicly-quoted securities, investments may be made in illiquid, publicly-quoted securities. The partnerships or funds may invest in private companies and non-equity asset classes when Redmile Group believes such investments offer a superior risk-reward. The firm may also invest in fields related to healthcare where due diligence shows that the healthcare assets are the driving force behind value creation and may also invest in other sectors from time to time.While Redmile Group mainly invests public equities of healthcare companies, they gennerally have broad and flexible investment authority. To maintain flexibility and capitalize on investment opportunities as they arise, the Redmile Group isn't required to invest any particular percentage of managed portfolios in any particular type of investment or region, and the amount of the portfolios which is invested in any type of investment or which is weighted in different countries or different sectors can change at any time. As such, investments may at any time include long or short positions in U.S. or non-U.S. publicly traded or privately issued common stocks, preferred stocks, stock warrants and rights, bonds, notes or other debentures or debt participations, convertible bonds, convertible preference shares, fund interests, swaps, options (including options on stock market indices), futures contracts, commodities, forward contracts and other securities or financial instruments including those of investment companies.^

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Casdin Capital seeks to realize superior long-term adjusted total returns by primarily investing in underappreciated companies with innovative business models in the life sciences and healthcare industry. Their portfolio is generally comprised of small to mid-sized issuers in the following life sciences and healthcare sub-sectors: life sciences instrumentation and information technology, medical testing, drug development and distribution, synthetic biology and agriculture, livestock management and energy production. In addition, the firm also has discretion to invest in certain foreign equity securities if they determine that investments in such securities could generate risk-adjusted returns for their clients. Casdin Capital employs a primary research-intensive approach to investing that is thematically driven and fundamentally based and uses a range of investment strategies, primarily investing in publicly-traded equity or equivalent securities, both long and short, as well as a broad array of other securities.

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FCM seeks to achieve superior risk-adjusted rates of return through a process of fundamental analysis that emphasizes capital preservation. The firm uses the following sources: a variety of publicly available information sources, including but not limited to financial periodicals, corporate rating services, annual reports, prospectuses and filings with the SEC and other regulators, company press releases, as well as, and to the extent applicable or appropriate, information provided by management and creditors of portfolio companies, brokers, dealers, analysts, professional asset managers, research services and hired consultants and advisers. Historically, FCM's core strategies have included merger arbitrage, credit investments, real estate investments, direct investments and long/short equity. They make investments in public and private debt and equity securities, as well as direct investments in private companies and real estate.

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Chairman, Silicon Valley at Goodwin Procter LLP

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National Co-Chair, Life Sciences Practice at Goodwin Procter LLP


Head, Antibody-Dependent Cellular Cytotoxicity Program at University of Minnesota


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Polaris Partners invests primarily in companies in the consumer technology, digital media/entertainment, e-Commerce, network hardware, software and semiconductors sectors. They invest in seed, early-stage and high growth, middle-market companies.The firm's early-stage investments focus on information technology and life sciences companies. Within the information technology sector, Polaris looks for companies that are developing Internet and broadband infrastructure, enterprise software products, e-Commerce products/services, digital media/entertainment, consumer software, network hardware and network software.In the life sciences sector, the firm looks for companies that are developing medical devices, pharmaceuticals, genomics, proteomics, drug delivery, medical services and consumer products and services.Polaris' private equity efforts focus on high-growth, middle-market companies in industries including technology, healthcare, digital media, consumer products and services and business services.Polaris serves as the lead or co-lead investor in the vast majority of their portfolio companies. The firm participates in minority growth equity investments, recapitalizations with liquidity and LBOs.

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The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine ("The Institute" or "CIRM") was established in early 2005 following the passage of Proposition 71, the California Stem Cell Research and Cures Initiative. The statewide ballot measure, which provided $3 billion in funding for stem cell research at California universities and research institutions, was approved by California voters on November 2, 2004, and called for the establishment of a new state agency to make grants and provide loans for stem cell research, research facilities and other vital research opportunities. The mission of CIRM is to support and advance stem cell research and regenerative medicine under the highest ethical and medical standards for the discovery and development of cures, therapies, diagnostics and research technologies to relieve human suffering from chronic disease and injury.

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OVP is an active manager which provides equity financing for seed and early-stage capital requirements. The firm targets companies operating in the technology services and healthcare technology sector, and industries such as information technology services, biotechnology and alternative power generation. OVP initially invests between USD 1 and 5 million in companies located in the United States. The firm looks to take minority positions in its investments.

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