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Nasseo Wins CONNECT Life Sciences Capital Competition and Joins CONNECT Portfolio
Date:3/12/2013

o Sunovion Pharmaceuticals for up to $430 million. After undergoing a rigorous screening and completing the mentoring process with Gerhart, Nasseo was further vetted to present in the CONNECT Life Sciences Capital Competition.

Dr. Garrett Cale Smith, PhD, CEO of Nasseo says, “Bill Gerhart has successfully led several life sciences companies through the growth stages that Nasseo is now experiencing. His insight on how to strategically position the company for investment was instrumental. We are grateful for his continued support.”

Nasseo’s TiArray™ dental implant product and its proprietary technology have drawn significant interest from the scientific and investment communities. Last year, the company presented at World’s Best Technology (WBT) Innovation Marketplace 2012, and also received the 1st place prize at the 6th Annual UC San Diego Entrepreneur Challenge Business Plan Competition, where it was the first startup to ever win both the UCSD Entrepreneur Challenge Executive Summary and Business Plan Competitions in the same year. Nasseo most recently announced that it had been selected into the BioInspire™ medical technology incubator, and had subsequently closed its $520K seed round of funding.

Dr. Garrett Cale Smith, PhD, CEO of Nasseo, says, “CONNECT has offered us a number of dynamic opportunities to grow our company. We look forward to the opportunity to introduce the Nasseo TiArray™ dental implant system to a new audience of VCs at the March 14th Capital Roadshow.”

Additionally, CONNECT has invited Nasseo to be one of eight emerging companies across all disciplines to present at its annual Rock Stars of Innovation Summit in San Diego on April 12, a premier showcase at the Hard Rock Hotel to be attended by over 250 technology and investment leaders. The company is moving forward with plans to raise a $3M+ Series A investment round in
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