Oppilotech develops first-in-class drugs. We believe that target selection is the most important decision we make in drug discovery – a selective high-quality molecule will never become a drug if it is modulating the wrong target. Oppilotech have developed a high-resolution platform based on systems biology and machine learning to model biological processes in cells. The platform is utilized to identify first-in-class drug targets and to develop novel modes of action drugs modulating the identified targets. We undertake both the target selection and develop the drugs against the identified target. We initially focused our modelling efforts on E.coli identifying several first-in-class antibacterial drug targets and generated active chemical matter against them. The company intends to develop these programmes towards the clinic. We are now expanding into pathways in human cells allowing us to address a wider range of diseases including cancer (e.g. DNA Damage Response) and inflammation.
Oxford Biomedica (LSE:OXB) is a leading, fully integrated, gene and cell therapy group focused on developing life changing treatments for serious diseases. Oxford Biomedica and its subsidiaries (the "Group") have built a sector leading lentiviral vector delivery platform (LentiVector®), which the Group leverages to develop in vivo and ex vivo products both in-house and with partners. The Group has created a valuable proprietary portfolio of gene and cell therapy product candidates in the areas of oncology, ophthalmology, CNS disorders, liver diseases and respiratory disease. The Group has also entered into a number of partnerships, including with Novartis, Bristol Myers Squibb, Sanofi, Axovant Gene Therapies, Orchard Therapeutics, Santen, Beam Therapeutics, Boehringer Ingelheim, the UK Cystic Fibrosis Gene Therapy Consortium and Imperial Innovations, through which it has long-term economic interests in other potential gene and cell therapy products. Additionally the group has signed a 3 year master supply and development agreement with AstraZeneca for large-scale manufacturing of the adenoviral based COVID-19 vaccine candidate, AZD1222. Oxford Biomedica is based across several locations in Oxfordshire, UK and employs more than 580 people.
Who are we?
At Parkinson’s Concierge we want to promote Patient Engagement, Involved, and have the opportunity to accelerate the desperate need for a Cure.
It is now evident that to find a Cure for Parkinson’s everyone needs to be involved and partnering with each other.
At Parkinson’s Concierge we are becoming a voice for People with Parkinson’s.
We all live with Parkinson's.
We want to be involved in all aspects of finding a cure for Parkinson’s and believe it is the way forward to be the final link between Tech companies/ Pharma/Medical Industry Professionals.
Inclusion is required in the following areas
Involved with the strategic development of patient and professional relationships
Enable us to contribute to funding for clinical research trials for Parkinson’s
We have a particular interest in engaging with early detection/research companies
Connecting and communicating with stakeholders
Identifying key relationships between all business partnerships
We are Advocates of the Parkinson’s Movement
We sit on the Panel of Parkinson’s Steering Committees at various hospitals for research
Inclusion with clinical trials where Patients can be involved with execution through to completion by providing tech data (that is so desperately needed) from the people who live with Parkinson’s
What can we offer you?
Within our team we have people with expertise in the areas of drug development, clinical trial operations, and strategic planning, relationship management, awareness creation, & training
Our biggest USP is of course, we ALL have Parkinson’s
We are 100% committed to devoting the rest of our lives to improving the lives of people affected by Parkinson’s
Our Unique Business Model can be rolled out Worldwide with the right investment and backing
We also have experience working with multiple vendors
We possess strong planning and tracking skills
We are customer focused, well organised, detail oriented
We can demonstrate excellent time, priority, and self-management skills
Strong project-management skills
Effective leadership skills and proven ability to foster team productivity and cohesiveness.
Excellent communication skills with the ability to add value to your organisation from a Patient perspective
We have the proven ability to negotiate and influence others
- Acting as Parkinson’s Advocates
- Advisors on problems in Parkinson’s
- Bid writing for funding purposes
- Design of questionnaires
- Organising focus groups
- UX design
- Report writing
- Public Speaking
- Creating Awareness at Corporate Events
- Partnering with organisations who can make a difference
What type of impact can we make?
Our unique business model offers experience, talents and a perspective which can make a vital contribution to innovative products & research methods that the Medical industry are developing for Parkinson’s. Therefore, we can take part in improving the lives of people everywhere suffering from this incurable disease. We want to be part of the change that is needed in order to accelerate finding a cure.
Let’s help the Medical industry to help us – The People with Parkinson’s
From drug discovery to commercialisation - we support the full spectrum.
Business Development and Licensing - Need support to acquire, divest or license a product or project? That's what we do. Regulatory Affairs, Pharmacovigilance - If you need support with your regulatory affairs, regulatory strategy or pharmacovigilance needs, we can arrange this through our trusted partner organisation. Wide Network - Projects at initial scientific concepts? Products at commercialisation and reimbursement stage? Our partners will help. Due Diligence and Auditing - Looking for support for due diligence, or auditing of partners? We can arrange all this.
Pneumagen is using its platform technology, GlycoTarge™, to develop glycan targeted carbohydrate binding modules (CBMs) as a new universal therapeutic modality for the treatment of respiratory tract infections (RTIs) and cancer.
Pneumagen’s lead product, Neumifil™, is a first-in-class mCBM40 being developed for the universal treatment of Influenza Virus (IFV) and Respiratory Synctial Virus (RSV) infections. When administered intranasally in preclinical models, Neumifil™ has demonstrated prevention, treatment and post-exposure prophylaxis of IFV infection with no observed toxicity. Pneumagen’s mCBM, in development for cancer, isknown as Neumonco™. In vitro data have demonstrated that mCBMs target and enter cancer cells, reducing cell proliferation, migration, metabolism and differentiation.
Founded in 2016, the Company is a spin-out from the University of St Andrews in Scotland and has access to world-class scientific expertise and capabilities in glycobiology. Please visit www.pneumagen.com for more information.
Precision for Medicine
Precision for Medicine, Oncology and Rare Disease is proud to offer the first comprehensive, fully integrated clinical development solution. We are devoted exclusively to oncology and rare disease, and our teams are passionate about improving the lives of these patients. By combining the progressive science of biomarkers and analytics with our excellence in complex clinical trial execution, we help innovators to invest wisely, discover value sooner and optimize the returns from research.
Contact Precision for Medicine, Oncology and Rare Disease via their website
Sareum is a specialist drug development company delivering targeted small molecule therapeutics to improve the treatment of cancer and autoimmune diseases. The Company aims to generate value through licensing its candidates to international pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies at the preclinical or early clinical trials stage.
Sareum is advancing internal programmes focused on distinct dual tyrosine kinase 2 (TYK2) / Janus kinase 1 (JAK1) inhibitors through preclinical development as therapies for autoimmune diseases, including the ‘cytokine storm’ immune system overreaction to Covid-19 and other viral infections, (SDC-1801) and cancer immunotherapy (SDC-1802).
Sareum is based in Cambridge, UK and listed on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange, trading under the ticker SAR.
Scendea was founded as a result of a management buyout of the product development and regulatory consulting function of a clinical research organisation. Our origin dates back over 20 years, with involvement in over 1,000 development programmes.
Scendea’s expert team delivers strategic and operational support in the fields of quality/CMC, non-clinical/toxicology, clinical/medical and regulatory to successfully guide products from early development to marketing approval.
A combination of scientific excellence, industry experience, commercial awareness and a collaborative approach allow our expert team to solve complex issues associated with medicinal product development. Scendea has team members based in the UK, Ireland, the Netherlands and the US, who deliver innovative and high-quality solutions aligned to jurisdiction-specific regulatory requirements.
At Scendea we collaborate, innovate, and together with our clients, we succeed.
Science Entrepreneur Club
The Science Entrepreneur Club (SEC) is a London based non-profit organisation of curious minds that aims to explore and unite the life science ecosystem by educating, inspiring and connecting. We give scientists, innovators and startups, with a focus on biotech, pharma, medtech, bioengineering, biosustainability or related, a network and a unique platform to showcase their innovative technologies, find investors, meet like-minded people and accelerate their company.
Sekisui Diagnostics, a global provider of innovative medical diagnostics to physicians and laboratories, has been committed to improving the lives of patients for over 30 years. We continue to invest in new diagnostic products in the areas of diabetes, infectious disease, coagulation, diagnostic enzymes and automated systems. We are a leading provider of rapid tests in the U.S., and high throughput coagulation systems in Japan. We develop, manufacture, and supply over 1.7 billion tests each year to the global healthcare market through direct sales, our commercial distribution networks and our partners.