• NeuroVive Pharmaceutical AB (publ)
    Medicon Village 223 81 Lund Sweden
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    We are very excited about the progress of the first KL1333 clinical study. Along with the recent positive opinion on European orphan drug designation, it brings us one step closer to initiating our own clinical phase Ib study, and to our ultimate goal of providing a treatment opportunity to patients with different genetic mitochondrial disorders, where there is a high medical need and in most cases no specific treatments available.
    Magnus Hansson, CMO and VP of Preclinical and Clinical Development at NeuroVive.
    We are excited about the collaboration with NeuroVive, and the initiation of this clinical program is a significant step forward in the development of innovative medicines in this area with great medical needs.
    Su Jun Park, CEO Yungjin Pharm
    The NVP015 project has the potential to significantly improve the lives of patients, usually children, suffering from this type of mitochondrial disease. The grant is central for efficiently proceeding the project and a quality label for our program.
    Eskil Elmér, CSO NeuroVive
    The NeuroSTAT effects observed in our state-of-the art experimental model for TBI are very promising. Our collaborative approach on preclinical study design will set a completely novel standard in the development of new drugs in the field.
    Susan Margulies, PhD, Professor in the Department of Bioengineering at the University of Pennsylvania, US, and lead investigator for the preclinical studies.
    The NeuroVive team is extremely pleased to acquire the rights to the clinical stage candidate drug KL1333 for genetic mitochondrial disorders, an area of high unmet medical need. The project is a perfect fit with our existing project portfolio in mitochondrial disorders. The addition of KL1333 is perfectly in line with our business model focusing on the development of orphan indication project all the way to the market. We look forward to working with Yungjin Pharm on this opportunity, with the aim to bring relief to patients suffering from genetic mitochondrial diseases.
    Erik Kinnman, CEO NeuroVive Pharmaceutical
    We are encouraged by the confirmation of an anti-fibrotic effect of NV556 in a second well validated experimental model. Also, the preventive effect on liver cancer development is a highly appealing observation that adds to the attractiveness of NV556 as a possible treatment candidate for patients with progressing NASH for which there is a high unmet medical need.
    Magnus Hansson, Chief Medical Officer, NeuroVive
    I am very pleased that Philippe Gallay and Massimo Pinzani have joined our efforts in advancing the research and development of our NASH and HCC treatment opportunities. Their scientific guidance as experts in the field of liver disease mechanisms and clinical management will be most valuable in the continued development of our project pipeline, as well as in the ultimate positioning of our candidate drugs in the future treatment landscape.
    Magnus Hansson, Chief Medical Officer, NeuroVive
    We are very impressed by the anti-cancer potency that has been revealed in these studies. This new sanglifehrin-based compound class, which we have optimized for anti-cancer activity, offers a very much needed new therapeutic opportunity to combat HCC through a unique mechanism of action.
    Magnus Hansson, Chief Medical Officer, NeuroVive
    This decision is completely in line with the new corporate strategy and will enable us to further focus on developing the company’s project portfolio by releasing resources to progress the early R&D projects as efficiently and effectively as possible”, said Erik Kinnman, CEO at NeuroVive. We want to thank our colleagues in Taiwan for a good collaborative spirit in the work to date and in this process and wish them all the best in their future activities.
    Erik Kinnman, CEO NeuroVive Pharmaceutical
    We feel fortunate to be able to initiate this collaboration with a well-recognized institution like CHOP and Dr. Marni Falk, a well-esteemed leader in the mitochondrial disease field. This is an important step in further advancing and strengthening our NVP015 program, as well as in the development of novel treatment opportunities for people with mitochondrial medicine disorders
    Magnus Hansson, Chief Medical Officer, NeuroVive
    We are now adding the exciting and challenging cancer area to our portfolio, expanding our core competence field within mitochondrial medicine. The addition of Dr. Michele Tavecchio to our team has accelerated the internal development process in this area, and the team has done a great job in exploring this new therapeutic opportunity for the company’s sanglifehrin-based compounds
    Magnus Hansson, Chief Medical Officer at NeuroVive
    We are now adding mitochondrial myopathy to our genetic mitochondrial disease portfolio, which is very exciting. We are also very glad to be able to explore this area together with Håkan Westerblad’s skilled team at Karolinska Institutet and are looking forward to our continued collaboration.
    Magnus Hansson, Chief Medical Officer, NeuroVive
    We are extremely happy to be able to add Dr. Tavecchio to our research team. His research expertise in the ciclophilin D area and related metabolic effects fits hand in glove with NeuroVive’s project portfolio. In combination with his extensive knowledge within the oncology area, Dr. Tavecchio’s primary task for NeuroVive will be to explore new therapeutic opportunities for the company’s ciclophilin inhibitor compounds
    Eskil Elmér, CSO NeuroVive
    The current experimental result in NASH is an excellent example of the strength of the research within NeuroVive and the successful collaboration with Isomerase. The result at hand is an important step forward in our continued development for out-licensing in this therapeutic area
    Erik Kinnman, CEO
    Given the huge patient population and the high unmet medical need, we see our results and activities in NASH as high potential near term value drivers and potential revenue sources in NeuroVive’s pipeline
    Erik Kinnman, CEO
    We have appreciated the interactions with Arbutus and there are a number of valuable learnings that have come out of the preclinical development activities. As we see several very exciting potential treatments with NVP018 in areas with unmet medical need, the R&D team is currently exploring various options for further development of these opportunities. The material provided by Arbutus will be most useful in these activities.
    Erik Kinnman, CEO NeuroVive Pharmaceutical
    The CiPRICS study has been excellently conducted by the team, led by Associate Professor Bjursten at Skåne University Hospital, with clear results. Moreover, it has verified the effectiveness of the network partnership model for NeuroVive’s early clinical development. We will continue to develop and build our portfolio, and I see several potential upcoming milestone events in our strong and diversified mitochondrial medicine portfolio.
    Erik Kinnman, CEO NeuroVive Pharmaceutical
    I have been involved in NeuroVive in different roles since 2010 and it has been fantastic to be part of the development of the company to the position it holds today. The company has a very interesting project portfolio and a strong organization. The transition to our new CEO is now concluded which makes the timing right for me to seek new challenges. I will of course follow the company’s continued development with greatest interest.
    Jan Nilsson
    Jan Nilsson has with great dedication, in combination with his vast knowledge and experience, played a key role in NeuroVive, not only as COO but also as a Director and for a period as interim CEO. Jan has been instrumental in managing the challenges faced by NeuroVive in recent years. On behalf of the entire company and its shareholders, I express our respect and appreciation for Jan and wish him all the best in his new endeavors.
    Greg Batcheller, Chairman of NeuroVive Pharmaceutical
    One important event during the quarter was the preferential rights issue, generating approximately SEK 77 million, performed to accelerate NeuroVive’s extensive research and development program. Once again, I would like to thank everyone who participated in the rights issue for the trust and confidence they have shown in the company’s plans and operations. As earlier announced, the preferential rights issue was fully subscribed, which gives us the strength to fully carry out the necessary preparations that are vital to develop the project portfolio and advance forward our pre-clinical projects to clinical trials.
    Erik Kinnman, CEO NeuroVive Pharmaceutical
    We are very happy with how our collaboration with Isomerase has evolved throughout the years. We have together with Isomerase been able to efficiently advance our prioritized research program NVP015 and generate new compounds that currently are evaluated in experimental models.
    Erik Kinnman, CEO NeuroVive Pharmaceutical
    We’ve now obtained important safety data on what we’ve designated to be the lower dose of NeuroSTAT® for treating patients with traumatic brain injury. We can now move on to include patients that will be treated with a higher dose. This means that the study has reached an important milestone in the clinical trial program of NeuroSTAT®
    Mikael Brönnegård, CEO
    NeuroVive’s CEO Mikael Brönnegård
    The market for the biotech and pharmaceutical industry in Taiwan is currently favorable, which has created an attractive climate for small and medium-sized companies with research intensive operations that are looking for capital to expand their operations. The strategy of gradually working towards a potential IPO for a subsidiary in Taiwan has created value, as investors have shown significant interest in the company’s products and its establishment in Asia. The initial financing is a further step towards creating the optimal conditions for commercialization of CicloMulsion® in Asia including China, and to establish a research and development platform in Asia for early-stage projects
    Michael l. Huang, CEO of NeuroVive Pharmaceutical Asia, Inc
    I look forward to leading NeuroVive Pharmaceutical Asia, Inc. and to develop the company’s projects efficiently in close collaboration with our partners, including Sihuan Pharmaceutical in China. The company will focus on developing NeuroVive’s leading products CicloMulsion® and NeuroSTAT® within the framework of the licensing rights in Asia, alongside a strong research and development operation in order to create value for shareholders, not least NeuroVive Pharmaceutical AB
    I am very pleased to be able to present these two news items that indicate the strong development phase currently being undertaken by NeuroVive. The first payment from Sihuan shows that our work in China has been successful so far, and that our collaboration partner is delivering on its promises. At the same time, the collaboration agreement with Isomerase Therapeutics around the molecules recently acquired from Biotica marks the beginning of a broadening of our product portfolio. This effort will strengthen NeuroVive´s position in mitochondrial medicine and further our efforts to develop products for a larger number of medical conditions.
    Mikael Brönnegård, CEO of NeuroVive Pharmaceutical AB
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