MST Access, a division of MST Financial which provides institutional-grade research for small and medium cap companies, has initiated coverage of Exopharm Ltd (ASX: EX1). Read the full report here.
Their Curiosity and Enthusiasm are Infectious… Recently Chief Commercial Officer Chris Baldwin sat down with StockPal to discuss the CEO mindset. Read Chris’ thoughts on Exopharm, measuring success, and the future of exosome medicines. Read the full article on Stockpal Asia.
BD Team Welcomes Partners The Business Development team is excited to be participating in the virtual “Bio Digital Partnering Convention 2020.” With over 30 meetings with potential business partners from around the globe already planned, they are eager to find partners to help us in our mission to bring exosome medicines to the world. Other […]
Exopharm Webinar May 2020 – Our Strategic Response to COVID-19 Exopharm updates the public on its recent progress and activities. Hosted by Jason Watson, Chair of Exopharm, Ian Dixon (CEO), Gregor Lichtfuss (COO) and Chris Baldwin (CCO) discuss how COVID-19 has affected operations and strategies. The application of Exopharm’s engineered exosome program, Fortrexo, is discussed, […]
Exosomes: Nanoparticles full of Surprises If the past few years of exosome research has taught us anything about these tiny biomolecule-filled parcels, it is that ‘what do exosomes do?’ is the wrong question to ask. In the context of cell to cell communication, ‘what don’t exosomes do’ seems to be a better starting point. As […]
Exopharm: Preparation, Demonstration and Reward As a biotech stock, order or to maximise the financial returns from our technologies and products there are a number of aspects to the business of Exopharm. As a headline, we see ourselves as world leaders in a new type of regenerative medicine – harnessing exosomes as the ‘secret sauce’ […]
Exosomes Linking Obesity and Diabetes Exosomes from lean individuals can reverse the symptoms of diabetes associated with obesity, a new animal study shows Inflammatory exosomes are the missing link by which obesity causes type 2 diabetes, researchers from the University of California San Diego have shown. The discovery could lead to earlier diabetes diagnosis and […]