Partnerships

“At Qu, we don’t do things just because that’s the way they are always done. We stop to ask why? Opportunity lies in the ‘why?'”

~ Dr. Hal Gunn, CEO

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Be part of the paradigm shift

Qu Biologics is a private clinical-stage biotechnology company developing Site Specific Immunomodulators (SSIs). SSIs are at the forefront of a paradigm shift in the treatment of cancer and other immune-related diseases. Research literature is increasingly recognizing the important underlying role of innate immune system dysfunction, specifically macrophage dysfunction, in the development of cancer, inflammatory bowel disease and a host of other chronic inflammatory diseases.

Since 2007, Qu has focused on the opportunity inherent in the SSI platform, which is designed to provide a simple and safe means to restore innate immune function in the targeted organ or tissue by recruiting activated macrophages to the disease organ. Read about How SSIs Work and Efficacy and Safety.

Qu Biologics has completed enrollment of its Crohn’s disease clinical trial. Initial results from this 68-patient, randomized, placebo-controlled clinical study are now available and can be found here. An ulcerative colitis clinical trial is also underway.  We have had strong interest in this study and all spots for the first group of participants for this clinical trial have been filled. Enrollment of a second group of participants into this clinical trial is expected to in early 2017. A Phase 2a clinical trial in recurrent lung cancer has completed enrollment. Plans are now underway for multi-centre clinical trials in Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.

With a prestigious leadership team, an innovative platform of immunotherapies, supporting preclinical and promising compassionate use clinical data, and clinical trials in Crohn’s disease and lung cancer in progress, Qu Biologics is poised to lead the paradigm shift in how cancer and other immune-related diseases will be treated. We invite discussions with potential partners.

If you would like to work with an innovative, driven clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company dedicated to putting promising new immunotherapies into the hands of patients, Qu Biologics is currently seeking partners to expand their current clinical trial program to include additional indications in cancer and/or immune-related disease, including rheumatoid arthritis. In addition, Qu Biologics would welcome the opportunity to explore partnering options for a multi-national clinical with their lead candidate QBECO SSI for the treatment of Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.

If you are interested in learning more about Qu and our partnering opportunities, please enter your contact information here.

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