In April 2022, Suzhou, China, Cure Genetics, a biotechnology company focusing on development of cutting-edge gene and cell therapies, announced that Dr. Robert R. Ruffolo has joined its Scientific Advisory Board (SAB). Where he will provide scientific guidance to Cure Genetics technology platform and R&D pipeline, as well as assisting the Company’s global partnership effort.
On January 5, 2022, Cure Genetics Biotechnology Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as "CureGenetics") announced the completion of a US$60 million Series B financing. This round of financing was led by strategic investor Advantech Capital, followed by Oriza Holdings, BOCG and Qiming Venture Partners, with China Renaissance acting as the exclusive financial advisor.
Recently, Genevide, an independent incubation company from Cure Genetics’s former molecular diagnostics business, announced the completion of a RMB 50 million angel round of financing led by Bioventure, co-invested by Qiming Ventures. Dr. Qiushi Li, former co-founder and COO of Cure Genetics, is named the co-founder and CEO of Genevide. “Genevide has built an Enzymes-mediated Duplex Exponential Amplification (EmDEATM) nPOCT technology platform with independent intellectual property portfolio using an innovative molecular enzyme cycle screening system based on enzyme characterization methods. We have built 4000m2 R&D, enzyme raw material manufacturing and IVD GMP manufacturing center in order to quickly promote the registration filings of our core products. “ Dr. Qiushi Li, Co-Founder and CEO of Genevide said.
Cure Genetics announced today that Dr. Patrick Liu, as co-founder and board member, has joined the company as president of the group. Dr. Liu will be responsible for overall operation management of the company, including construction and expansion of innovative technology platforms, strategic layout of projects and pipelines, translational, clinical and business development, in order to further accelerate the translation of science research into product development, as well as global partnership efforts.
Boehringer Ingelheim (BI) and Cure Genetics Co., Ltd (Cure Genetics) today announced a collaboration to develop novel adeno-associated viral (AAV) vectors for next-generation gene therapy through Cure Genetics's proprietary VELPTM platform. This new collaboration combines BI's experience in disease mechanism research and gene therapy development with Cure Genetics's expertise in viral library construction and high-efficient in vivo AAV screening, providing patients with potentially safer and more efficient novel AAV serotypes.