Elektrofi plans to double headcount for Upcoming Clinical Studies and Expand Development Pipeline

Elektrofi plans to double headcount for Upcoming Clinical Studies and Expand Development Pipeline

by admin June 20, 2022 June 20, 2022 No comments

Elektrofi, a Boston-based biotechnology company focused on drug formulation and delivery innovations, today announced the completion of a $40 million Series B financing round. A portion of the proceeds will be used to establish a centralized GMP manufacturing line in support of multiple upcoming clinical trials. The company will also plan to double headcount over the next 12-18 months to accelerate development across a growing pipeline of licensed programs with leading pharma and biotech.

Elektrofi’s breakthrough formulation platform addresses the long-standing and unmet need for stabilized, highly concentrated biologics. Based on a proprietary microparticle technology, the platform enables patient-friendly small-volume injections for monoclonal antibodies, therapeutic proteins, and other large molecule drugs that are of growing importance to human health. As the leading option for administration of high dose products with convenient prefilled syringes, pen injectors, and autoinjectors, it promises to drive significant positive change for patients across a wide variety of disease areas and indications.

“We believe Elektrofi is establishing a transformational tool for the delivery of therapeutic proteins. We are pleased to partner with and support the next phase of the Company’s growth,” said Mark Lampert, CEO of BVF Partners.

“Elektrofi has attracted notable partners and talent in biopharmaceutical development. We are proud to support the company’s mission to improve medication delivery and access for patients,” said Andrew Goldberg, MD, Managing Director at Marshall Wace.

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