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Oxular & ISU 2022

Oxular is thrilled to sponsor ISU 2022 in Utrecht, The Netherlands, and introduce the Oxulumis® suprachoroidal microcatheter to leading uveitis specialists. Together with Marc D. de Smet, we will host a series of skill transfer labs and provide hands-on instruction for routine suprachoroidal drug administration using Oxulumis®. We look forward to seeing you all there.

Oxular in Drug Discovery World

An excellent summary about the potential of our lead program, OXU-001, from Drug Discovery World. “An innovative sustained release formulation of dexamethasone currently under investigation for use in DME offers the potential for effective anti-inflammatory treatment with significantly fewer injections and a high likelihood of fewer side effects, as its levels in the vitreous and …

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2 x Triesence® doses; nearly one year of response

Oxular’s Senior Medical Advisor, Prof. Marc de Smet, presented on “Managing CME via the Suprachoroidal Space” at the December 2021 IOIS Conference. His talk included an update on a hard-to-treat postsurgical macular edema patient. The Oxulumis® posterior suprachoroidal microcatheter was used under compassionate use for the administration of Triesence®, an approved triamcinolone acetonide suspension. The …

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Drug Delivery OIS presentation

Oxular’s Chief Scientific Officer, Ron Yamamoto, shared an overview of Oxular’s drug delivery formulations at the OIS Drug Delivery meeting. You can watch the entire talk below, to find out more about our long-lasting drug formulations – including a first look at our micelle technology designed for targeted, local delivery of chemotherapeutic agents in the …

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Oxular presents at Eyecelerator

Our CEO, Tom Cavanagh, presented an overview of Oxular’s retinal therapeutics platform at Eyecelerator, during AAO 2021. It was a pleasure to share this update, with a specific focus on OXU-001, Oxular’s lead program investigating a long-lasting, suprachoroidally administered treatment for DME. You can read Tom’s presentation below. Play Previous Next

Oxular in Retina Today

Oxular was mentioned in this great article by Dr. Sivaprasad in Retina Today, on the promise of reduced treatment burden for DME patients via sustained-release steroids. Oxular is a key innovator in long-lasting retinal treatments and precise suprachoroidal space delivery, and some of the advantages behind our approach are highlighted here. Simply put, we believe …

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Oxular raises $37 million

Led by specialist life sciences investor, Forbion Investment will fund Phase 2 human clinical studies evaluating Oxular’s 12-month treatment for diabetic macular edema, and accelerate development of early-product pipeline OXFORD, UK, 1 March 2021 – Oxular Limited (“Oxular”), a leading retinal therapeutics development company, today announced that it has completed a $37 million (£27 million) financing …

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Dr. Jatinder Kapur appointed as VP of Quality

Appointment builds Oxular’s team as it prepares to enter human clinical studies evaluating OXU-001 OXFORD, UK, 8 February 2021 – Oxular Limited (“Oxular”), a leading retinal therapeutics development company, today announces that it has appointed Dr. Jatinder Kapur as Vice President of Quality. His primary responsibilities include establishing and managing the Company’s Quality Management System, …

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Retinoblastoma treatment receives Rare Paediatric Disease and Orphan-Drug Designations

Provides further momentum for OXU-003 development programme   OXFORD, England, Oct. 12, 2020 – Oxular Limited (“Oxular”), a leading retinal therapeutics development company, today announces it has received both Rare Paediatric Disease and Orphan Drug designations from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (U.S. FDA) for OXU-003, the Company’s proprietary drug in development for the treatment of …

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