Tech Company Financing Transactions

TearScience Funding Round

EW Healthcare Partners, De Novo Ventures and General Catalyst Partners participated in a $44.5 million Series C venture round for TearScience. The funding round was announced on 5/5/2010.

Transaction Overview

Company Name
Announced On
Transaction Type
Venture Equity
Series C
Proceeds Purpose
The funding will allow TearScience to commercialize its devices designed for use by eye care professionals to diagnose and treat the most common form of chronic dry eye disease.

Company Information

Company Status
Private & Independent
Medical Devices & Instruments
Mailing Address
5151 McCrimmon Pkwy. 250
Morrisville, NC 27560
Email Address
TearScience has pioneered diagnostic and treatment devices for evaporative dry eye, providing significant clinical improvement.
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Management Team

Email & Social
Chief Executive Officer
Joeseph Boorady
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Chief Technical Officer
Donald Korb
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VP - Marketing
Brian Regan
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VP - R & D
Steve Grenon
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VP - Regulatory Affairs
Christy Coleman
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VP - Sales
Tom Chirillo
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