Photys Therapeutics Secures $75M Series A
BOSTON, MA, Photys Therapeutics today announced a $75 million Series A financing round.
Photys Therapeutics, the pioneer in the development of phosphorylation-inducing chimeric small molecule medicines (PHICS), founded by Longwood Fund and Dr. Amit Choudhary of Brigham and Women's Hospital and the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, today announced a $75 million Series A financing led by MPM Capital and joined by Omega Funds, Longwood, 8VC, Arkin Bio, Mass General Brigham Ventures, MRL Ventures Fund, the therapeutics-focused corporate venture fund of Merck & Co., Eli Lilly and Company, and Heritage Medical Systems. Through induced proximity, PHICS enhance the pairing of specific kinases, the enzymes responsible for protein phosphorylation, with disease target proteins, unlocking a new approach to treatment of underserved diseases.
Photys Therapeutics, founded by Longwood Fund and Dr. Amit Choudhary of Brigham and Women's Hospital and the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, is advancing Phosphorylation Inducing Chimeric Small Molecules (PHICS), a proprietary new class of bifunctional medicines that direct and repair protein phosphorylation to treat a range of diseases including cancer, immune, metabolic, and rare diseases.
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