Meissa Vaccines, Inc.
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About Meissa Vaccines, Inc.Meissa Vaccines is a start-up pharmaceutical development company focused on the in-licensing and advancement of vaccines for respiratory syncytial virus (RSV, the largest unmet respiratory medical need in pediatrics) and rhinovirus (leading cause of infectious disease worldwide).
Founder and CEO: Marty Moore
Fouinder and CSO: Roderick Tang
CMO: Marc Gurwith
CBO: Piers Whitehead
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Meissa Vaccines Announces Positive Interim Clinical Data for Its Intranasal Live Attenuated Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) Vaccine Candidate for Infants
Meissa Vaccines (“Meissa”), a clinical-stage biotechnology company developing vaccines to prevent viral respiratory infections, today announced interim clinical data of MV-012-968, Meissa’s intranasal live attenuated RSV vaccine candidate, from a Phase 1c study in RSV-naïve (seronegative) infants and young children.
SARS-CoV-2 typically enters the body via the nose or mouth. Because of this, many think a nasal spray vaccine would do a better job of preventing COVID-19 infection and cutting transmission than an injection.
Meissa Vaccines (“Meissa”), a clinical-stage biotechnology company developing vaccines to prevent viral respiratory infections, today announced that Martin Moore, Ph.D., cofounder and Chief Scientific Officer of Meissa, spoke on a panel entitled, “Innovation in Vaccine Delivery,” at the Summit on the Future of COVID-19 Vaccines hosted by The White House Office for COVID-19 Response.
Meissa Vaccines (“Meissa”), a clinical-stage biotechnology company developing vaccines to prevent viral respiratory infections, today announced the appointment of Frank Glavin as Chief Executive Officer, bringing more than 20 years of biotech and pharma experience across the biotech value chain from early-stage research through to commercial planning and business development.
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Meissa Vaccines today announced the appointments of Dan H. Barouch, M.D., Ph.D., and Mark J. Mulligan, M.D., FIDSA, to the Company’s Scientific Advisory Board.
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Meissa Announces Positive Preliminary Clinical Data on Safety and Immunogenicity of Intranasal COVID-19 Vaccine
Meissa announced today positive preliminary data from the interim analysis of 49 patients in a Phase 1 clinical study of MV-014-212, the company’s intranasal recombinant live attenuated COVID-19 vaccine (ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT04798001).
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Meissa Vaccines announced today the appointment of Robert Walker, M.D., as Chief Medical Officer.
Meissa’s intranasal vaccine for COVID-19 equals the protection afforded by existing vaccines in the same class of subjects after only a single dose, according to data presented this week at the American Society of Virology annual meeting.
Meissa Vaccines announced today the first seronegative participants have received MV-012-968, Meissa’s intranasal live attenuated RSV vaccine candidate, in a Phase 1c study in infants and young children.
Meissa Vaccines’ intranasal live attenuated chimeric virus-based vaccine for SARS-CoV-2 (and its variants) recently was cleared for Phase I trials, which will start at the end of March.
Meissa Announces First Dosing in Phase 2 Study of Intranasal Live Attenuated Vaccine Candidate for RSV
The randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled challenge study is designed to evaluate safety and prophylactic efficacy of MV-012-968 against symptomatic respiratory syncytial virus (RSV)
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Meissa Vaccines Expands Leadership Team as Company Advances Intranasal RSV and COVID-19 Live Attenuated Vaccine Candidates
Vaccine manufacturing and regulatory expert and business development and strategy leader bring further expertise as company advances RSV vaccine candidate into Phase 2 and scales production of an intranasal COVID-19 vaccine candidate for clinical trials REDWOOD CITY, Calif.--( BUSINESS WIRE )-- Meissa Vaccines (“Meissa”), a biotechnology company developing vaccines to prevent viral respiratory infections, announced today the appointments of William
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Another COVID-19 vaccine candidate recently entered the races. The difference – this one is a live attenuated (weakened) virus expressing the coronavirus’s signature spike protein on its surface. And it’s delivered nasally, not a shot.
Meissa’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate, MV-014-210, is designed to be delivered as a single, intranasal, adjuvant-free dose, that is economical and can be rapidly scaled to supply global demands Preliminary clinical data show MV-012-968, the company’s vaccine candidate for respiratory syncytial virus, is heavily attenuated and induces a RSV-specific mucosal IgA response in the majority of healthy adult, seropositive recipients SOUTH SAN FRANCIS