Menlo Ventures dives into data-driven health care investing with its newest partner

 Like a lot of firms, the 41-year-old venture firm Menlo Ventures has decided to jump into health care investing after a long hiatus, hiring a new partner Greg Yap, to lead the charge. A molecular biology major at Princeton, Yap was most recently the CEO of an early-stage medical startup called Pyrames, as well as an entrepreneur-in-residence with the year-old, life-sciences-focused venture… Read More

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