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Deanna Kamienski

Senior Deals Analyst, Biomedtracker

Deanna has been tracking deal-making activity in the biopharma and medtech industries since 2000. She is currently a Senior Deals Analyst for Biomedtracker and had previously contributed to the Strategic Transactions deals database. Deanna authors a Quarterly Statistics article and other monthly trend pieces for In Vivo. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Vermont..

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Deals in Depth: April 2024

Seven $1bn+ alliances were penned in April. In the top alliance by deal value, Medincell entered a collaboration with AbbVie to co-develop and commercialize up to six therapeutic products across multiple therapeutic areas and indications. Medincell will receive a $35m upfront payment and is eligible to receive up to $1.9bn in development and commercial milestones, plus mid-single to low-double-digit royalties on net sales.

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Dealmaking Quarterly Statistics, Q1 2024

During Q1, biopharma merger and acquisition deal value reached $37bn, while the potential deal value from alliances was $38.5bn. Device company M&A values reached $3.6bn, while in vitro diagnostics and research tools players’ M&A activity totaled $1bn.

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Financing Quarterly Statistics, Q1 2024

During Q1, biopharmas brought in an aggregate $30.1bn in financing and device company fundraising totaled $2.8bn; while in vitro diagnostic firms and research tools players raised $724m.

Deals Financing

Deals in Depth: March 2024

Two $1bn+ alliances were penned in March. In the top alliance by deal value, Merus NV will use its Triclonics anitbody platform to discover new dual tumor-associated antigens targeting trispecific antibodies for Gilead Sciences. Merus will lead early-stage research activities for two programs, with an option to pursue a third. Gilead will have the right to license programs developed under the collaboration after the completion of select research activities. If Gilead exercises its option to license any such program from the collaboration, Gilead will be responsible for additional research, development and commercialization activities for such program. The deal could be worth up to $1.5bn for Merus.

Deals Financing

Deals in Depth: February 2024

Just one $1bn+ alliance was penned in February, compared to ten in the previous month. In the top alliance by deal value, Neomorph and Novo Nordisk entered into a potential $1.46bn agreement for the discovery, development, and commercialization of molecular glue degraders (MGDs) for cardiometabolic and rare diseases. The collaboration brings together Novo Nordisk's expertise in those disease areas with Neomorph's MGD discovery platform. Neomorph will lead discovery and preclinical activities against selected targets with Novo Nordisk having the right to exclusively pursue further clinical development and commercialization of the compounds.

Deals Financing

Deals in Depth: January 2024

Ten $1bn+ alliances were penned in January. In the top alliance by deal value, Shanghai Argo Biopharmaceutical entered into exclusive collaboration with Novartis Pharma for two undisclosed Argo cardiovascular disease programs, one in Phase I and another in Phase I/IIa. Novartis gets an exclusive global license to develop and commercialize the Phase I program and also receives an option to potentially license compounds directed against up to two additional targets. For the Phase I/IIa program, Novartis gets an exclusive license worldwide except in Greater China. The deal could be worth up to $4.17bn for Argo.

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