As announced in September 2008, Sequella also received a 3-year, $2.3 Million NIH Phase 2 SBIR grant for development of SQ641 as an antibiotic for treatment of tuberculosis. Approval for funding the 2nd year of this grant, $795,701, was received in early September 2009.
Sequella is a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company focused on commercializing improved treatments for infectious diseases of epidemic potential. The company leverages its global influence, R&D platforms and infectious disease expertise to proactively address emerging health threats. Through focused execution, clear commercialization pathways, and strategic partnerships, Sequella intends to commercialize a broad product portfolio designed to treat global health threats with significant market opportunity.
About the NIH and NIAID
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