2N Pharma is pioneering a new approach to treating neurodegenerative diseases by addressing dysfunctional metabolism in the brain. We have developed novel, small molecule, orally administered, therapeutic drug candidates that we believe will be transformational for the treatment of several brain diseases. Our lead drug candidate, Mitometin, is being optimized for the treatment of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease or MND, and Parkinson’s disease. We plan to commence clinical testing in 2025.
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Creation House Program
2N Pharma is proud to have joined the BioInnovation Institute’s Creation House Program, joining a stable of life science innovators, helping accelerate our research and bring treatments rapidly to market.
The Creation House program is supporting early-stage start-ups, who have achieved proof of concept and a business plan. This 18-months long program is designed to mature companies to a competitive international level and to build a case that is focusing on science, business and attracting funding.
Read the BioInnovation Institute’s news article.
Innovation Fund Denmark has awarded 2N Pharma an Innobooster grant of 80.000 USD that assists us in the preclinical development of a drug for Parkinson’s Disease. This grant enables us to expand the efficacy testing of our novel molecules in pre-clinical models of Parkinson’s Disease.
Innovation Fund Denmark invests in the development of promising, innovative ideas into new solutions that create value and help to solve the challenges of our society.
Find out more about the Innobooster grant.
US Department of Defense
The Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Research Program has awarded 2N Pharma a grant of 944.000 USD for our research to ALS. The grant will be used to identify biomarkers in ALS patients.
The Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Research Program (ALSRP) is funded by the Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program (CDMRP) and managed by the US Department of Defense.
The CDMRP strives to transform healthcare through innovative and impactful research. They foster novel approaches to biomedical research, to find solutions that will lead to cures or breakthrough technologies in patient care.