Milan, Italy, 1 April 2021 – Enthera Pharmaceuticals (“Enthera”), a biotech company developing novel disease-modifying biologics that re-establish stem cell capabilities to treat specific autoimmune diseases, today announces the appointment of Claudia Nardini as Vice President of Research and Development to support the Company’s manufacturing and regulatory divisions. Claudia has 25 years of experience in […]
The Roche Venture Fund joins international investor syndicate, including co-lead investors Sofinnova Partners and AbbVie Ventures Funds to be used to advance restorative therapy for type 1 diabetes and inflammatory bowel disease Largest international VC-backed Series A financing round for a biotech in Italy to date and first ever venture investment in an Italian company […]
Milan, Italy, 3 December 2020 – Enthera Pharmaceuticals (“Enthera”), a biotech company developing disease-modifying biologics to transform the therapeutic paradigm of specific autoimmune conditions by re-establishing stem cell capabilities in a non-traditional way, announces that it has appointed Kazumi Shiosaki to its Board of Directors, and Lisa Olson to its Scientific Advisory Board.
Milan, Italy – Enthera Pharmaceuticals (“Enthera”), a biotech company developing disease-modifying biologics to transform the therapeutic paradigm of specific autoimmune conditions by re-establishing stem cell capabilities in a non-traditional way, today announces the completion of a €28 million Series A financing round.
Enthera, an innovative Italian start-up dedicated to the research and development of innovative therapeutics to treat Type 1 Diabetes and gastrointestinal diseases, received an investment of €4 million led by Sofinnova along with the JDRF T1D Fund (the venture capital fund of the authoritative US JDRF Foundation dedicated to promoting research on Type 1 Diabetes), the accelerator BiovelocITA and its shareholders.
Trianni, Inc. (“TRIANNI”) and Enthera, S.r.L. (“ENTHERA”) jointly announced today that ENTHERA has entered into a license agreement for The Trianni Mouse™, a best-in-class monoclonal antibody discovery platform.
Two research project collaborations – one in diabetes and one in oncology – have been launched, with a total investment of €2.5 million. These are the first projects launched by BiovelocITA, the Italian biotech accelerator launched last year by the chemist and entrepreneur Silvano Spinelli, Gabriella Camboni and the venture capital firm Sofinnova Partners.