Cour Pharmaceuticals Development Stock

www.courpharma.comHealthcare / BioTech & PharmaFounded: 2012

COUR Pharmaceuticals aims to advance novel therapies that reprogram the immune system for antigen-specific tolerance, focusing on the root of immune-mediated diseases. Their cutting-edge nanoparticle platform diverges from traditional symptom-suppressing treatments, offering a more targeted approach. Collaborating with Takeda on a leading celiac disease therapy, COUR has achieved the first instance of antigen-specific immune tolerance in autoimmune diseases. This breakthrough underscores the potential of their platform to address a wide array of immune and inflammatory conditions.

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Management Team

John Puisis
Co-Founder, President & Chief Executive Officer
Stephen Miller Ph.D
Roy First MD
Chief Medical Officer
Brian Bock
Chief Financial Officer
Dannielle Appelhans
Chief Operating Officer
Sarah Longoria
Chief People Officer

Board Members

Chris Dimitropoulos
Alpha Wave Global

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News Highlights

Cour Raises $105M in Series A Round with Backing From Big Pharma
Illinois-based Cour Pharmaceuticals on Tuesday announced that it raised $105 million in Series A funding to help the company advance multiple, wholly-owned candidates. The investment was led by Lumira Ventures and Alpha Wave Ventures and had participation from Bristol Myers Squibb, Pfizer Breakthrough Growth Initiatives and Roche Ventures. Angelini Ventures and the DJRF T1D Fund also participated.
Cour Pharmaceuticals, a biotech taking aim at autoimmune diseases, raises $105 million
The group was developing a sort of Trojan horse that it hoped could be used to treat autoimmune diseases. They had developed polymer nanoparticles that could mimic dying cells, which the immune system won’t attack, but will naturally pull from the bloodstream and throw into the body’s waste collection and recycling systems — the spleen and liver — for disposal. Inside of the polymer nanoparticles, they could hide disease-specific antigen that could begin correcting the immune system’s overreaction to certain substances.
Updated on: Jun 16, 2024


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