Martin Johansson holds a doctorate in organic chemistry from Lund University, Sweden, where he is currently an Associate Professor at the Center for Analysis and Synthesis. He has almost 20 years’ experience of medicinal chemistry and commercial drug discovery. Martin has previously held positions as senior researcher in AstraZeneca’s organization for Discovery R&D, in Södertälje, […]
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In March of 2018, AQILION AB (formerly Partners för Utvecklingsinvesteringar inom Life Sciences, P.U.L.S. AB) carried out a directed issue of “units.” Each unit consisted of one (1) share and two (2) warrants. At that time, Aqilion raised SEK 100 million through subscription for shares. All outstanding warrants have now been converted to shares, which […]
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Aqilion searches for early innovative pharmaceutical projects thatare based on solid research resting on a firm biological foundation and offering both clinical relevance and patient benefit. Immunscape has developed innovative molecules that could potentially become new drugs for the treatment of cancer and autoimmune diseases. The project is currently in an early phase of development. […]
Aqilion’s CEO Sarah Fredriksson is giving a presentation on the topic of finding new interesting projects. EARLY CLINICAL DEVELOPMENT on the 16th of October 2019 at World Trade Center in Stockholm Early_clinical_program.pdf
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Aqilion identifies unique pharmaceutical projects at an early phase in the drug discovery process and develops them in preparation for clinical trials. The goal is to demonstrate the clinical and commercial potential of the medical innovation to attract industrial partners and buyers, who in turn have the capacity to continue clinical development and take the product to market.
The business model is based on involvement at an early stage and close collaboration with the innovator, regardless of whether the project is initiated by an external researcher, internal development project, or industrial partner.
Aqilion prefers projects aimed at niche markets. Specialty medications and orphan drugs are of particular interest.
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