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Ashvattha Therapeutics

Nanomedicine Platform Takes Disease Targeting To The Next Level

About this Event

One of the major challenges with systemic treatments for inflammatory diseases is delivering therapeutics to the activated cells without impacting the healthy ones.

Ashvattha Therapeutics has solved this problem with a new precision nanomedicine platform technology based on hydroxyl dendrimers (HD). Drugs and imaging agents can be chemically linked to these non-toxic, metabolically stable molecules. HDs are smaller than antibodies and have properties that allow them to cross the blood-brain and blood-retinal barriers in regions of inflammation and be taken up by activated inflammatory cells.

Watch this webinar with Ashvattha CEO, Jeffrey Cleland, PhD. to hear how their nanomedicine platform is ready to take on a broad range of diseases including retinal disorders, neurodegenerative conditions and systemic inflammation. 

Hosted by Steven Saltzstein. CEO, Force Family Office

Video On Demand

– Recorded

March 14


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