Member News provides an opportunity for SDEE members to share news and announcements. This month's Member News features:
- Marilyn Bruno, Aequor
- Ray Wagenknecht, Wagenknecht IP Law Group
- Sylvia Norman, Sandhill Crane Diagnostics
- Jiwu Wang, Allele Biotech
Marilyn Bruno, Aequor
Aequor was among 5 companies selected by the National Academy of Science’s NCET2 organization to give presentations at the Global Venture Capital Innovation Summit in Monterey 1/29-31. Marilyn was also invited to join the Editorial Advisory Board of Outsourced Pharma.
Ray Wagenknecht, Wagenknecht IP Law Group
Wagenknecht IP Law Group invites you all to attend a complimentary “Trademarks Lunch and Learn” from 12PM – 1:30 PM on Thursday, March 7 at BDO in Sorrento Valley. To get a flyer, register, or get more information contact: Andy Kotner: [email protected]
Sylvia Norman, Sandhill Crane Diagnostics
Sandhill Crane Diagnostics has been chosen to compete as a SD Angel Conference semifinalist. Our CEO, Sylvia Norman, presented a 3 minute pitch in the quarterfinal round with 30 local companies. Twelve were selected to move on to the semifinals. We are honored to be among this impressive group of San Diego startups.
Jiwu Wang, Allele Biotechnology
Allele Biotech has recently received Notice of Issuance of 2 of its patents on reprogramming adult human cells into pluripotent stem cells in the US and related applications in EU and Japan. These patents, together with more than 3 years of diligent protocol development and facility and assay validation, form the foundation of Allele’s platform to support clinical development of iPSC-derived cell and gene therapy programs.
Allele also received Notice of Issuance of its patent on mNeonGreen, which is the brightest monomeric fluorescent protein and dubbed the “King of Fluorescent Proteins” by researchers in the field. Additional patent application on antibodies against mNeonGreen has been filed. Allele further owns the parental tetrameric and the dimeric versions of this protein.