Impel NeuroPharma (NSDQ:IMPL) announced that it priced an underwritten public offering of common stock worth $45 million. The offering includes 3 million shares of common stock priced to the public at $15 per share, with gross proceeds set to total $45 million before deducting underwriting discounts and commissions and other offering expenses payable by Impel NeuroPharma. […]
Impel NeuroPharma (NSDQ:IMPL) announced today that the FDA approved its Trudhesa nasal spray for treating migraine in adults. Seattle-based Impel NeuroPharma plans to launch Trudhesa commercially early next month. The company’s shares took a massive hit, though, dropping -19.3% at $18.65 per share by market close and continuing to slide down -0.8% at $18.50 after hours […]
Impel NeuroPharma said today that it raised $67.5 million in a Series D financing round, with investments from KKR, Norwest Venture Partners, Vivo Capital, 5Am Ventures and venBio Partners. The Seattle-based company plans to use the round’s proceeds to support clinical development efforts for its intranasal drug-delivery device technology. Get the full story at our sister site, […]
Impel NeuroPharma said today that the FDA gave it the green light to proceed with its Phase III clinical trial of INP104 – a drug delivered by Impel’s intranasal delivery device for the treatment of acute migraine. The company expects to start enrolling patients in the pivotal trial in the second half of this year. The […]
Privately-held biotech Impel NeuroPharma touted positive results today from a Phase I trial of its acute migraine headache therapy. The Seattle-based company’s drug is delivered intranasally using its Precision Olfactory Delivery device, which is designed to deliver drugs to the upper nasal cavity and target the brain using the olfactory and trigeminal nerves. Get the full story […]
Mendor, a Finish diabetes technologies and services company, raised $11.7 million in a Series B financing round, aiming for global expansion.
Funding was led by Finnish entrepreneur and investor Risto Siilasmaa, joined by Life Sciences Partners (LSP), Finnish Industry Investment Ltd., Finnish Mutual Pension Insurance Company Ilmarinen, private Finnish investment group Biothom and the Finnvera Venture Capital as a returning investor.