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InMed Pharmaceuticals

Entering the clinic by the end of the year

Update | Pharmaceuticals & healthcare | 14 Feb 2019

InMed recently reported results for the second quarter of FY19 and is on track to bring INM-750 for epidermolysis bullosa (EB) into the clinic by the end of the year. The company recently completed two topical seven-day dose-ranging studies in pigs; the trials evaluated skin irritation, pharmacokinetics, histology and skin/drug concentrations and InMed is on the verge of selecting the contract manufacturing organization that will produce the topical cream necessary for the Phase I trial. Progress on biosynthesis continues as the company has initiated technology transfer activities to the National Research Council Canada (NRC), which will support fermentation scale-up.

InMed Pharmaceuticals

Biosynthesis and INM-750 Progress on Track

Update | Pharmaceuticals & healthcare | 20 Nov 2018

InMed recently reported results for the first quarter of FY19 and continues to make solid progress in bringing INM-750 for epidermolysis bullosa (EB) into the clinic by H219. So far, its selected formulation has demonstrated good drug penetration as a topical formulation, a clean safety profile and that each of the two cannabinoid components plays an important and independent role in combating EB, which is an especially important finding from a regulatory point of view for any combination product. Additionally, the company’s biosynthesis program is tracking on schedule.

InMed Pharmaceuticals

Progressing their programs

Update | Pharmaceuticals & healthcare | 20 Sep 2018

InMed continues to make progress on its biosynthesis platform, optimizing the genes that lead E. coli to express the cannabinoids and scaling up the fermentation process, both crucial steps needed to achieve commercial scale to address the market. InMed is also optimizing the formulation for INM-750 for epidermolysis bullosa (EB). A final formulation is expected by the end of 2018. The company is also conducting pharmacology, toxicology and other pre-clinical studies in preparation for detailed discussions with regulatory authorities, which it expects to occur in H119. InMed is on track for an IND filing in H219.

InMed Pharmaceuticals

Innovating cannabinoids

Initiation | Pharmaceuticals & healthcare | 07 Jun 2018

InMed is a Canada-based biopharmaceutical company focused on maximizing the therapeutic potential of cannabinoids. Through its biosynthesis platform, the company believes it has distinct advantages over both naturally sourced and chemically synthesized cannabinoids, which could give it access to both the medical and retail markets, although the process is still in development. The company is also developing a proprietary pipeline, including INM-750 for epidermolysis bullosa (EB), a serious orphan indication, and expects to file an IND for INM-750 in H219.