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Invectys Inc. to participate in the 2021 Roth Virtual Healthcare Private Company Forum on June 28th, 2021

Praveen Tyle, Ph.D., Invectys Inc. President and CEO, and Julien Caumartin, Ph.D. CSO of Invectys SA, will participate in the Roth Virtual Healthcare Private Company Forum, on Monday, June 28th, 2021.

June, 1st, 2021 – Invectys, Inc appoints Rosemary Williams, CPA as Vice-President for Administration and Controller

Invectys Inc. annouces the nomination of Rosemary Williams, CPA as Vice-President for Administration and Controller.

May, 4, 2021 – Invectys, Inc appoints Biopharma Veteran, Praveen Tyle, PhD as President & CEO

Invectys Inc. annouces the nomination of Praveen Tyle, veteran biopharma manager, as its new CEO.

Nov, 12, 2020 – Invectys’ CARGo project garners $14.2M 2020 CPRIT Award (Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas )

Invectys’ anti-HLA-G CAR-T cell project was awarded with the CPRIT Award, through which it has garnered $14.2 million.

May, 5, 2020 – Invectys: Dennis J. Purcell (Aisling Capital) join Advisory Board

Invectys Strengthens Advisory Board with the Appointment of Dennis J. Purcell, Life Sciences Industry Veteran and Founder of Aisling Capital LLC.

Feb, 4, 2020 – Invectys reports in vivo efficacy of its pan anti-tumor anti-HLA-G CAR-T cells

These results could lead to CAR-T cells more potent against solid tumors.

Jun, 18, 2019 – Invectys élu « meilleur projet – jeune entreprise » 2019 par le Board international de MATWIN

Invectys est le lauréat 2019 du prix industriel du programme MATWIN de soutien à la maturation de projets innovants en oncologie.

Oct, 29, 2018 – Invectys secures €15 million equity financing to advance lead program INVAC-1 into groundbreaking phase II clinical trial in CLL

Financing complements the €4.3 million raised in July 2017 and represents one of the largest immune-oncology financing rounds in Europe.

July 12th, 2017 – €4,3 million fundraising to initiate Phase II

After its success in Phase I, Invectys raises €4.3 million to start Phase II for its two anti-cancer vaccines.

May 24, 2017 – Invectys presents its INVAC-1 therapeutic vaccine Phase I results at ASCO in USA

Presentation of the Invectys clinical trial results on cancer patients at the most important worldwide oncology meeting taking place this year in Chicago, USA.

April 26, 2017 – Invectys at the Third International Symposium on Immunotherapy

Invectys at the Third International Symposium on Immunotherapy organised by The Institute for Cancer Vaccines & Immunotherapy (previously known as the Cancer Vaccine Institute).

Nov 29, 2016 – Medicen Paris Region and Invectys announce success of the TelVac project for the research on a cancer vaccine candidate.

The research project, led by Invectys and supported by Medicen Paris Region, improved the INVAC-1 vaccine candidate to accelerate clinical trials in solid tumor patients.

July 29, 2016 – Invectys files a patent on the acquisition of a checkpoint inhibitor for oncology

This patent covers the acquisition of antibodies against a novel immune checkpoint, aiming to unlock the immune system against the tumor.

March 18, 2016 – New success for the therapeutic vaccine INVAC-1 for patients with cancer

With 7 million raised in the last year and excellent results in terms of tolerance and innocuity, Invectys opens up new hopes in cancer immunotherapy.

Jan 21, 2016 – Invectys raises a further 7 million euros to accelerate clinical development of its  therapeutic cancer vaccine

With more than 17 million euros raised in total Invectys also benefits from 850,000€ in financing from Bpifrance.

Oct 30, 2015 – Invectys starts the third dose level of its phase I clinical trial evaluating INVAC-1, an innovative anti-cancer therapeutic vaccine

A new clinical hope in cancer immunotherapy.

May 12, 2015 – Invectys Initiates Phase I Clinical Trial Evaluating INVAC-1 Therapeutic Vaccine for Cancer Patients 

A new clinical hope in cancer immunotherapy.

March 30, 2015 – Invectys raises 1.7 million Euros more to finance the clinical development of its therapeutic cancer vaccine

With a total of 10 million euros raised, new premises, new labs and new equipment, Invectys is ready for the clinic.

Sept 29, 2014 – Invectys receives ANSM approval to start clinical trial for INVAC-1, its leading anticancer immunotherapy

INVAC-1 is an anticancer candidate vaccine targeting telomerase activity in cancer cells.


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