IntraBio is a biopharmaceutical company with a late-stage drug pipeline that includes novel treatments for rare and common neurological disorders, as well as ageing and healthspan.
Our clinical programs leverage the expertise of our scientific founders from the University of Oxford and University of Munich, the preeminent experts and pioneers in discovering and developing small molecule drugs that modulate lysosomal function and intracellular calcium signaling.
Our management team and business consultants have vast commercial and regulatory experience in drug product development, including all stages from small molecule manufacturing, clinical studies, and regulatory approvals in the USA and Europe.
With their successful track record of drug development and commercialization, IntraBio’s team translates research in the fields of lysosomal biology, autophagy, and neurology into orphan drugs and treatments that will significantly improve the lives of patients, their caregivers, and families.Our Scientists, Management Team, Advisory Boards
IntraBio’s platform technology results from decades of research and over $350 million of investments from organizations worldwide. Our pipeline has broad applicability to be developed as novel treatments for rare (“orphan”) and common neurological disorders, as well as ageing/extending healthspan.
Our lead compound (IB1001) is characterized by a well-established safety and tolerability profile and has a unique potential to address the underlying neurological symptoms and manifestations across a spectrum of genetic and common disorders.
IB1001 is initially being developed for multiple orphan indications where there are currently no FDA approved therapies: Niemann-Pick Disease Type C (NPC), GM1 & GM2 Gangliosidosis (Tay-Sachs and Sandhoff Disease), and inherited Cerebellar Ataxias (CA).Clinical Programs
IntraBio is currently prioritizing the development of its late-stage lead drug candidate (IB1001) which has the potential for near-term approval in multiple indications.
Broad clinical applicability and efficacy
Novel Mechanism of Action with Broad Therapeutic Potential
Significant and Well-Established Proof-of-Concept and Safety Data
Robust Intellectual Property and Orphan Market Exclusivity