We are pleased to announce that Lewis Gruber was recently named to the Aging Analytics Agency’s list of 1000 Longevity Leaders recognized in the research and academia sector for his work with SIWA Therapeutics. Aging Analytics is the longest-running and most comprehensive interactive platform of longevity professionals. The agency profiles public and private-sector influencers whose work in business, science, policy, philanthropy, or thought-leadership is instrumental in the longevity landscape.
SIWA Therapeutics is pleased to announce our participation in BIO Digital 2020, a virtual gathering of the global biotech industry. BIO is the world's largest trade association, which represents biotechnology companies, academic institutions, and other organizations on the forefront of innovation. This year, the BIO International Convention will transition into an entirely virtual event, providing even closer access to key partners via the BIO One-on-One Partnering. We look forward to our discussions at this year’s unique platform on June 8-12! If attending, please reach out to us email@example.com
SIWA Therapeutics is excited to announce that we are doing our part in the global fight against COVID-19. Our humanized monoclonal antibody targets cells with an abnormally high level of glycolysis (known as the Warburg effect in cancer) and oxidative stress. This category includes, among other things, virally infected cells, including those infected by COVID-19. Read more below: http://biospace.com/article/chicago-biotech-company-testing-its-monoclonal-antibody-to-treat-covid-19/
Our founder and Chief Scientific Officer, Lewis Gruber recently spoke with Jim Dallke, Senior Editor of AmericanInno and contributor to American City Business Journals about SIWA Therapeutic’s groundbreaking work to defeat aging and age-related diseases. Read more here: https://www.bizjournals.com/chicago/news/2020/03/25/startup-siwa-therapeutics-aims-to-find-a-cure-for.html
Lewis and Misty Gruber discuss how SIWA 318H, the company’s humanized monoclonal antibody, binds to a biomarker of oxidative stress found on senescent cells and cancer cells as well as dysfunctional cells in general. https://www.lifespan.io/news/lewis-gruber-senotherapeutics/
Meet SIWA Therapeutics, the startup challenging aging, cancer and degenerative diseases. Senescent cells (cells that have stopped dividing due to damage) are causally connected with aging and aging-related diseases, including cancer. “While they don’t divide like cancer cells, senescent cells are highly active metabolically,” explains SIWA co-founder and CEO, Lewis Gruber. “They can poison the tumor micro-environment — inducing, progressing and metastasizing cancer in the cells around them.” Therefore, Gruber and SIWA developed a monoclonal antibody, SIWA 318H, that is sensitive to a marker appearing on both senescent cells and cancer cells, ultimately binding to the cell, destroying it and removing the debris. “In our first in-vivo study, we successfully removed the senescent cells,” explains SIWA co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Misty Gruber. “In the second in-vivo study, we reduced…
SIWA Therapeutics, Inc., a privately held biotechnology company developing a family of monoclonal antibodies to prevent, slow or reverse aging, aging-related and degenerative diseases by reducing senescent cells, announced today that Dr. Thomas Tang has joined its Scientific Advisory Board. Dr. Tang is the CEO of First Dimension BioSciences, a genetic information database company focusing on cancer genomes to establish a statistical compendium of mutation profiles in a state-of-the-art computational data center. He has over 20 years of experience in genomics and bioinformatics research. “Dr. Tang’s addition to the SIWA team will resurrect a productive past partnership,” said Lewis Gruber, co-founder and chief executive officer of SIWA. ‘Tom was one of the early scientists at my first company, Hyseq, Inc. He was a key player in developing Hyseq’s genomics database…