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About Iterum TherapeuticsIterum Therapeutics Limited: Headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, we are a clinical-stage pharmaceutical company dedicated to developing significantly differentiated anti-infectives aimed at combatting the global crisis of multi-drug resistant (MDR) pathogens to significantly improve the lives of people affected by serious and life-threatening diseases around the world.
We are pursuing a balanced development strategy with multiple opportunities intended to treat the organisms responsible for many serious infections, which the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has determined to be inadequately addressed by current therapies1.
CEO: Corey N. Fishman
CSO: Michael Dunne, MD
CFO: Judith M. Matthews
VP, Operations: Benjamin M. PE
VP, Development: Sailaja Puttagunta, MD
VP, Business Development & Supply Chain: John J. White
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11 articles with Iterum Therapeutics
On May 29, the FDA cleared T2 Biosystems’ T2Bacteria Panel for diagnosis of sepsis. In that sepsis is the third-leading cause of death in the U.S., this emphasizes the importance of work in this area.
Iterum Therapeutics to Present Data on Prevalence of Resistant Infections and In Vitro Activity of its Novel Antibiotic Sulopenem
Iterum Therapeutics plc will present four posters at the American Society of Microbiology MICROBE meeting
5/29/2018It’s been a busy month for IPOs. Numerous biotech companies announced their intentions to publicly list their stock on an exchange in the U.S. or abroad in order to gain new funding to advance developmental programs.
On May 1, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted Scynexi’s oral formulation of SCY-078 to treat vulvovaginal candidiasis (VVC) and recurrent VVC both Qualified Infectious Diseases Product (QIDP) and Fast Track Designation.
Iterum Therapeutics filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to initiate an initial public offering (IPO). The company hopes to raise $92 million.
Iterum Therapeutics Presents Data on Prevalence of Resistant Infections and Activity of its Novel Antibiotic Sulopenem
More than 20 per cent of patients with outpatient urinary tract infections (UTIs) receive an antibiotic to which the responsible pathogen is not susceptible