The two companies have executed a master services agreement to initiate projects in the pre-clinical early development space
Nanoform, a nanoparticle medicine company, has announced proof of concept studies will be performed for Boehringer Ingelheim to assess the value Nanoform’s CESS technology could deliver to its drug development projects.
The two companies have executed a master services agreement to initiate projects in the pre-clinical early development space with the aim of solving the challenge of poor bioavailability and solubility in drug candidates, a leading cause of drug development failure.
Christian Jones, CCO of Nanoform, said: “Wider uptake of the latest technological innovations is essential to address the low success rates for new drug candidates in pharma. We are delighted to collaborate with Boehringer Ingelheim to evaluate how our proprietary CESS platform can help more novel therapies reach the patients who need them. This is the first step toward what we hope will be a long and fruitful partnership between our companies.”