Enable Injections said today that it inked development deals with Apellis Pharmaceuticals and UCB for its enFuse on-body drug-delivery device. The Cincinnati-based company has ongoing partnerships with five companies. Enable Injection’s enFuse device is designed for the subcutaneous delivery of high-volume drugs, including monoclonal antibodies. Get the full story at our sister site, Drug Delivery Business […]
Enable Injections said last week that it closed a $50 million Series B round, led by Sanofi (NYSE:SNY), to fund the development of its enFuse on-body drug-delivery system. Previous investors, including the Cleveland Clinic and CincyTech, and private investors also participated in the round. Get the full story at our sister site, Drug Delivery Business News.
Mike Hooven is no stranger to the medical device industry – he has spent the last 30 years launching companies and developing technologies for a variety of clinical applications. So when he ventured into drug delivery, he knew that he needed to find out what people in the pharmaceutical industry needed. A number of executives […]
At the 7th annual Partnership Opportunities in Drug Delivery event, presented by The Conference Forum, device companies gathered to tout their drug-delivery technologies and learn from each other’s mistakes and successes. Among them were needle-free injectors, patch pumps, auto-injectors and other novel delivery devices. Moderated by Pfizer‘s (NYSE:PFE) senior director of device strategy, Mathias Romacker, companies including Insulet (NSDQ:PODD), West Pharmaceutical […]
Enable Injections Inc. launched a new single, partial or multi-vial/syringe transfer system used to fill its large volume wearable injectors. The system enables patients to either use multiple vials or syringes to deliver biologics and high volume drugs subcutaneously. The hand-held transfer system can work with any pharmaceutical primary container closure, Enable Injections said, and […]
Enable Injections Inc. said today that it closed a $30 million Series A round to bring its large-volume injector to market. The Cincinnati, Ohio-based company’s Enable Injector adheres to a patient’s body and delivers biologic doses as large as 50 milliliters. It can be used at work or at home, providing an alternative to costly […]