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David Brunel Takes Over Chairmanship at AmideBio

AmideBio LLC, a privately held biopharmaceutical company, announced today that David Brunel, a board member of AmideBio, has assumed the role of Chairman of the Board, replacing Misha Plam. Dr. Plam, a founder of AmideBio who retired recently as President and CEO, is now Chairman Emeritus. Read the full press release.

Diabetes Industry Veteran Pawel Fludzinski, Ph.D. Named CEO of AmideBio

AmideBio LLC, a privately held biopharmaceutical company, announced today that Dr. Pawel Fludzinski has joined the Company as its new Chief Executive Officer. With his extensive background in the development of drugs targeting diabetes at Eli Lilly & Co, Dr. Fludzinski was selected as the ideal candidate to lead AmideBio’s development of its pipeline of […]

Charles A. Stanley MD, joins AmideBio’s Scientific Advisory Board

Charles A. Stanley MD joins AmideBio’s scientific advisory board to help further the Company’s soluble glucagon program for treating hyperinsulinism (HI). Dr. Stanley is a world-renowned expert on disorders of insulin regulation in children and founded the Congenital Hyperinsulinism Center at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHoP). He helped define the various types of HI […]

AMIDEBIO Closes $764,000 Equity Financing

AmideBio closed a new private placement round of $764,000 of preferred equity financing. The proceeds will be used to further the development of the Company’s pipeline of improved diabetes drug candidates, with particular focus on soluble glucagon for hyperinsulinism and glucose responsive insulin for diabetes

Congenital Hyperinsulinism International

AMIDEBIO CTO Dr. Michael Stowell will present a talk titled “Novel Pumpable Glucagons for Treating Hyperinsulinism” at the 2017 International Congenital Hyperinsulinism Conference July 15-16.

Boulder Peptide Symposium

AMIDEBIO CTO Dr. Michael Stowell will present a talk titled “Rapid-Recombinant SAR of Conformation Locked Insulin Analogs” at the 2016 Boulder Peptide Symposium Sept 26-29.