VivaZome and collaborators at UQ and ANU present new data at ISEV international exosome conference

VivaZome is delighted to announce that two posters with new mice data highlighting the functional potential of extracellular vesicles (“EVs”) will be presented at the annual meeting of the International Society of Extracellular Vesicles (“ISEV”) held on 17-21 May 2023 in Seattle, USA.

The poster, “Local administration of extracellular vesicles from bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells restores homeostatic communication pathways and slows the progression of retinal degeneration” (Wooff et al) is co-authored by scientists from Australian National University (ANU) and VivaZome. The second poster, “Bioengineering exosomes to enhance brain targeting in a mouse traumatic brain injury model” (Chen et al), is co-authored by scientists from The University of Queensland (UQ) and VivaZome.

Dr David Haylock, CEO of VivaZome, said: “We are delighted to be working with world-leading scientists at ANU and UQ as we jointly strive to develop new customised EV-based approaches to treat retinal disease and brain injury”.

See the VivaZome – ANU poster here. See the VivaZome – UQ poster here. Read the full media release here