FORGE Life Science is now Evrys Bio. Read more
FORGE Life Science secures $1.0 M in bridge financing from its strategic investors.
FORGE Life Science Head of Biology, Eain Murphy, presents, “Targeting Host-cell Metabolism to Address Respiratory Viruses”, at the 6th International Society for Influenza and Other Respiratory Virus Diseases (ISIRV) Antiviral Group Conference – Advanced Respiratory Virus Therapeutics, Rockville, MD.
FORGE Life Science is awarded its first Department of Defense STTR contract (W911QY18P0300) from the Joint Project Manager Medical Countermeasure Systems. Proposal titled, “Host-Targeted Antiviral Drugs Providing Rapid, Scalable, Stable, Broad-Spectrum Medical Countermeasure Against Marburg Virus”.
FORGE Life Science CEO, Lillian Chiang, presents at the National Institutes of Health CMV Workshop, Cytomegalovirus Infection: Advancing Strategies for Prevention and Treatment.
The European Patent Office grants patent EP 2670404 B1, allowing claims directed to antiviral treatments with inhibitors of two or more sirtuins. This I.P. is exclusively licensed by FORGE from Princeton University. Read more
FORGE Life Science CEO, Lillian Chiang, presents at the Military Health System Research Symposium, Kissimmee, FL. Read more
Life Science completes its Phase I milestones and receives a Notice of Award for the Phase II component of its FastTrack SBIR grant titled, “Sirtuin Agonists as Pan Influenza Antivirals” (4R44AI122488-02). Read more
FORGE Life Science enters into a Sponsored Research Agreement with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. FORGE will collaborate with Drs. Richard J. Webby and Elena Govorkova to study the effect of FORGE host-targeted antivirals in ferret models of respiratory infection.
FORGE Life Science enters into a Cooperative Research & Development Agreement with the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Disease to test FORGE host-targeted antivirals against Department of Defense priority pathogens such as Marburg virus, Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus, and Lassa virus.