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katabasis

In the Greek Orthodox church, a place under the altar for relics.
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Catabasis has developed a pipeline of molecules that produce mechanistic synergy on a targeted pathway.
Prior to joining Catabasis, he served as the executive director of corporate development at Amgen, where he was responsible for Amgen's corporate development activities in oncology and metabolic disorders, as well as expanding Amgen's commercial footprint internationally.
We want to thank MDA for this important funding, which validates the preclinical work we have done with CAT-1004 in DMD mouse models," said Michael Jirousek, co-founder and chief scientific officer of Catabasis.
The team at Catabasis is committed to helping the Duchenne community so it is our obligation to our children and their future to help Catabasis help us.
Catabasis Pharmaceuticals, a biopharmaceutical company leveraging the therapeutic potential of omega-3 fatty acids for the treatment of inflammatory and metabolic diseases, today announced that Michael Jirousek, Ph.
Catabasis has developed a pipeline of molecules that amplify the beneficial effects of omega-3 fatty acids to target the underlying etiologies of a spectrum of complex human diseases.
We are pleased with the tremendous progress that Catabasis has made to date and are encouraged by the preclinical efficacy and safety findings for CAT-2003," said Michael Ross, Ph.
Jirousek will give a presentation on Catabasis and the company's CAT-1000 program at 11:20 a.
net Incorporated - Bristol-Myers Squibb Company - Catabasis Pharmaceuticals Inc.
Catabasis Pharmaceuticals, a biopharmaceutical company leveraging the therapeutic potential of omega-3 fatty acids to create therapeutics for the treatment of inflammatory and metabolic diseases, today announced that Michael Curtis, Ph.
co-founder and chief executive officer of Catabasis Pharmaceuticals, will give a company overview at 3:30 p.