Investing Profile

Jorge Conde

VCInvestor

General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz

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Harvard Business School Network
270 CONNECTIONS
Morgan Stanley Network
73 CONNECTIONS
Andreessen Horowitz Network
39 CONNECTIONS
The Johns Hopkins University Network
24 CONNECTIONS
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Andreessen Horowitz General Partner
$1M - $100.0M
$10.0M
10
$2.2B
CompanyStageDateRound SizeTotal Raised
CAMP4 Therapeutics
Series AJun 2021$45M
Series AMay 2018$30M
$75M
Co-investors: Shaan C. Gandhi (Northpond Ventures), Andrew Schwab (5am Ventures)
Dyno Therapeutics
Series AMay 2021$100M
$109M
Co-investors: Dylan Morris (CRV)
Earli
Series AJan 2021$40M
Seed RoundSep 2018$19.5M
$59.5M
Co-investors: Greg Yap (Menlo Ventures), Marc Andreessen (Andreessen Horowitz), Matt Murphy (Menlo Ventures), Ursheet Parikh (Mayfield), Vinod Khosla (Khosla Ventures), Jack Abraham (Atomic), Ramtin Naimi (Abstract Ventures), Lee Linden (Quiet Capital)
Octant Bio
Series AMay 2020$30M
Series AMay 2020$30M
$65M
Co-investors: Katie Haun (Andreessen Horowitz), Sujay Jaswa (WndrCo LLC), Miriam Rivera (Ulu Ventures), Clint Korver (Ulu Ventures)
Tmunity Therapeutics
Series BOct 2019$75M
$110M
Co-investors: Beth Seidenberg (Kleiner Perkins)
Erasca
Series AMar 2019$22M
$264M
Co-investors: Jonathan Lim (SignalFire), Jonathan Lim (ARCH Venture Partners), Kristina Burow (ARCH Venture Partners)
FidoCure
Seed RoundJan 2019$5M
$5M
Co-investors: Diego Rey
General Partner Andreessen HorowitzPresent
Chief Strategy Officer Syros PharmaceuticalsPresent
Marketing & Operations Manager MedImmunePresent
Independent Consultant Biotechnology and genomics companiesPresent
Life Sciences Summer Associate Flagship VenturesPresent
Biotechnology Investment Banking Morgan StanleyPresent
Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology (HST) Master of Science (MS) Biomedical Enterprise Program
The Johns Hopkins University Bachelor of Arts (BA) Biology
Harvard Business School Master of Business Administration (MBA)