Academic & industrial partnerships

Our Success Depends on the Partnerships we build

 

 

To implement our scientific strategy, we have formed key academic collaborations with:

  • INRAE (French National Institute for Agricultural Food and Environment Research)
  • ICAN (French Institute of Cardiometabolism and Nutrition)
  • University of Bordeaux (France)
  • University of Cornell (USA)
  • University of Reading (UK)
  • University of Valencia (Spain)
  • IHU Marseille (France)

 

In December 2019, YSOPIA Bioscience and INRAE signed a research partnership to study the anti-inflammatory properties of the gut microbiome.
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We established exclusive industrial partnerships with multiple institutions to explore opportunities for our discovery activities.

Bioaster, Biomeostatis, BIOSE, LUINA BIO and QUAY PHARMA support YSOPIA Bioscience with the characterization and production of our clinical candidates for preclinical development and manufacturing at GMP standards for clinical evaluation.

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News
Jan 20, 2022
Alliance Promotion Microbiote devient une Association et poursuit la structuration de la filière française du...
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Dec 2, 2021
YSOPIA Bioscience Announces First Signs of Biological Activity from Phase I Analysis of Xla1, its Biotherapy Targeting...
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Press / Media
Dec 3, 2021
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Dec 3, 2021
YSOPIA Bioscience annonce des premiers signes d’activité biologique suite à l’analyse des résultats de l’étude...
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Publications
Nov 1, 2021
We are pleased to present our poster highlighting safety and first efficacy results of our Xla1 biotherapy targeting...
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Sep 1, 2021
Héloïse Tudela, Sandrine P. Claus and Maya Saleh Access the full paper The community of the diverse microorganisms...
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