Mark Lampert Founder of BVF Partners- Long Mid-cap Biotech: Invest For Kids 2018 – ValueWalk Premium

Mark Lampert Founder of BVF Partners- Long Mid-cap Biotech: Invest For Kids 2018

Stay tuned for more from Invest For Kids 10th Anniversary Conference which took place on October 24, 2018 in Chicago. All content will be posted at this link and in our Q3 letters archive so stay tuned.

Check out Partner Fund Management CIO Chris James' notes here.

Also check out the Grant’s 2018 Interest Rate Observer here.

 

Mr. Lampert is the founder and General Partner of BVF Partners L.P. (“BVF”), a San Francisco-based, private biotechnology investment firm established in 1993 that manages the Biotechnology Value Fund, L.P. and related entities. Mr. Lampert has been active in the biotechnology industry since 1984, having served on the boards of directors of numerous public and private companies. Prior to forming BVF, Mr. Lampert was a Vice President at the investment banking firm Oppenheimer & Co and the founder of Biotechnology Royalty Corp., aimed at pooling university biotechnology patent royalties. Mr. Lampert was previously employed by Cambridge NeuroScience, G.D. Searle & Co., and the Boston Consulting Group. He is a founding donor to the Lampert-Byrd Foundation and GiveDirectly.org. Born and raised in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Mr. Lampert holds an A.B. with honors in Chemistry from Harvard College and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.

Below are the notes of Mark Lampert of BVF Partners LP.

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