Global Blood Therapeutics, Inc.

Global Blood Therapeutics, Inc.

Global Blood Therapeutics, Inc.

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181 Oyster Point Boulevard,South San Francisco, CA 94080

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Employees (Worldwide)



Medical Support Services
Holding Companies

Company Description

Global Blood Therapeutics, Inc. is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company, which engages in the discovering, developing and commercializing novel therapeutics to treat grievous blood-based disorders. It also provides oral medicines for sickle cell diseases. The company was founded by Matthew P. Jacobson, Andrej Sali, Jack Taunton, Charles J. Homcy, Craig D. Muir, and David R. Phillips in February 2011 and is headquartered in South San Francisco, CA.

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Chief Financial Officer & Chief Accounting Officer

Chief Commercial Officer

Chief Legal Officer

Chief Business & Strategy Officer

Chief Human Resources Officer

Executive Vice President, Head-Research & Development

Senior Vice President, Head of Medical Affairs & Program Team Leader, Voxelotor

Chief Business Officer

Head of Intellectual Property

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ARCA biopharma, Inc.

President & Chief Executive Officer at Global Blood Therapeutics, Inc.

Chairman & Chief Executive Officer at San Francisco State University - The Willie L. Brown, Jr. Institute of Politics & Public Service

Founding Director at Stanford Distinguished Careers Institute

Former Governor of Massachusetts

Former Chief Marketing Officer & Executive Vice President at Merck & Co., Inc.

Chief Medical Officer & Senior Vice President at Bioverativ Therapeutics, Inc.

Former President-Europe & Canada Region at Merck & Co., Inc.

Partner at Corvus Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Associate Director-Equity & Minority Health at Northwestern University - Feinberg School of Medicine

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Founded in 1999, Perceptive Advisors focuses on supporting progress in the life sciences industry by identifying opportunities and directing financial resources toward the most promising technologies in modern healthcare. Today, the firm manages approximately $7.3 billion across our strategies.

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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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Great Point Partners seeks to achieve positive excess returns by investing in publicly traded biotechnology, pharmaceutical and life science companies. The firm focuses on creating a balanced portfolio comprised primarily of companies that are undervalued by the public markets. Their hedge funds employ a bottom-up research-driven approach to investing in the securities of undervalued, publicly-traded healthcare companies. Great Point Partners targets fast-growing, technology- driven small-cap companies. In addition, the firm manages private equity funds that invest in private, primarily profitable, lower middle-market, growing healthcare companies.

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Senior Counsel at Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP


Executive Vice President, Head-Research & Development at Global Blood Therapeutics, Inc.

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Former Inventor of the Anti-Epileptic Drug Vigabatrin at Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

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Third Rock Ventures invests in companies located in the US. The firm targets operating in the fields of healthcare sector. It provides financing for early-stage capital requirements. It also acts as a lead investor.

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