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Wednesday, 12. June 2024 | Filed under Company News

BellaSeno Reports Positive Interim Findings of Australian Clinical Trials in Breast Scaffold Patients

— Favorable safety profile of resorbable breast scaffolds in one-year follow-up

— No major scaffold-related complications or scaffold removals

— BellaSeno will initiate multicenter pivotal clinical trial with more than 100 patients

BellaSeno GmbH, an ISO 13485-certified medtech company developing resorbable scaffolds using additive manufacturing technologies, today announced that 10 breast scaffold patients and 5 pectus patients have successfully passed one-year follow-up in BellaSeno´s Australian clinical trials.

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Tuesday, 11. June 2024 | Filed under Company News

Thermosome Appoints Dr. Sabine Hauck as Chief Technical Officer

–    Experienced biopharma professional focused on drug product development

Thermosome, a drug development company focused on targeted tumor therapies, today announced the appointment of Dr. Sabine Hauck as Chief Technology Officer (CTO).

Dr. Sabine Hauck is a highly experienced biopharmaceutical professional. She has been working in the field of drug product development in biopharma and specialty pharma for more than 20 years. Notably, she brings more than a decade of experience with liposomal products. Her expertise covers process development, chemistry, manufacturing and controls as well as bioanalytics, quality management and regulatory affairs. Read more…

Wednesday, 5. June 2024 | Filed under Company News

BellaSeno Receives Financial Support Through Queensland’s Industry Partnership Program

— Funding to support establishment of the world´s first fully automated production facility for resorbable medical scaffolds based in Australia

— AI-driven, no-touch manufacturing to ensure highest quality, safety and sterility levels

— Designed to manufacture up to 100,000 scaffolds per annum at full capacity

BellaSeno GmbH, an ISO 13485-certified medtech company developing resorbable scaffolds using additive manufacturing technologies, announced today that its Australian subsidiary has received financial assistance through the Queensland Government’s Industry Partnership Program.

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