IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Immunis, Inc., a private biotech company creating novel cellular secretome therapies for age and disease-related immune decline, is delighted to have Professor Irina Conboy on its Scientific Advisory Board. Dr. Conboy is a Professor of Bioengineering at UC Berkeley, investigator at the Quantitative Biology Institute, and Editor in Chief of Rejuvenation Research. Her groundbreaking studies have unveiled critical paradigms on the effects of age-related and pathological changes on tissue maintenance and repair, setting the stage for novel therapeutic interventions.
A Stanford Ph.D. graduate, Dr. Conboy is a renowned secretome researcher that has consistently been at the forefront of groundbreaking advancements in biotech. Her expertise ranges from novel bio-computation and biological age quantification to cutting-edge CRISPR strategies for diagnosing and treating tissue degeneration. She has received several awards from esteemed organizations including the W.M. Keck Foundation, Calico, SENS Research Foundation, and Life Extension Foundation to name a few. It’s no surprise that her numerous U.S. invention patents and impressive publications have been recognized by accredited news outlets like The Economist, Science Daily, and TIME Magazine. As a scientific advisor to Juvena Therapeutics, NovaXS biotech companies, and The Alliance for Longevity Initiative (a4li) nonprofit, Dr. Conboy is nothing short of a leader in her field.
Dr. Conboy shared that she “was introduced to the Immunis team by Dr. Hanadie Yousef, CEO of Juvena, and one of [her] most talented former students.” She’s enthusiastic about her role as Scientific Advisor and hopes to “contribute to Immunis' quest of making enhanced healthspan a therapeutic reality through regenerative secretomes.” Undoubtedly, Dr. Conboy’s unparalleled insights and innovative methodologies will guide Immunis closer to its mission of developing transformative secretome therapies.
About Immunis Inc.
Immunis is a private biotechnology company developing a novel immunomodulatory secretome product for the various manifestations of age and disease-related immune decline. The investigational product line leverages Immunis’ leading-edge capabilities in secretome technology to deliver a product of all natural, all human immune modulators in their natural relative physiological concentrations. For additional information about Immunis’ Phase 1/2a clinical trial please visit: https://immunisbiomedical.com/clinical-trials/
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