The human microbiome is the community of bacteria and microorganisms that lives in association with the human body.
A Human-First Discovery approach accelerates our development of microbial therapeutics.
CEO Mark Smith describes the vast potential of the microbiome and Finch’s therapeutic platforms:
“We think the microbiome is really fundamental to many aspects of who we are, how our immune systems function, how we regulate our metabolism and how we think and feel,’ says Smith, who predicts ‘broad potential across a number of therapeutic areas.”
Finch Therapeutics Inc. is developing an oral alternative to fecal microbial transplant that it believes entails less biology risk than more advanced oral candidates, with more targeted delivery than full microbiome transplants delivered via enema.
Finch Therapeutics Group, Inc. (Finch), a clinical-stage microbiome therapeutics company, announced today that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has issued six new patents to Finch covering its Full-Spectrum Microbiota (FSM) and Rationally-Selected Microbiota (RSM) product platforms.
Finch Therapeutics Group, Inc. (Finch), a clinical-stage microbiome therapeutics company, announced today that it has appointed Ulrich Thienel, Ph.D., M.D., as Chief Medical Officer and Gregory Perry as Chief Financial Officer.
Finch Therapeutics Group, Inc. (Finch), a privately held microbiome therapeutics company, announced today the successful close of an oversubscribed $36 million Series B financing, bringing the total capital raised since the Company’s launch to $77 million.
The new entity, Finch Therapeutics Group, combines Crestovo’s extensive IP assets and late-stage candidate for recurrent C. difficile infections, CP101, an oral Full-Spectrum Microbiota product, with Finch’s commercial-scale manufacturing capabilities, discovery platform for developing Rationally-Selected Microbiota therapies and significant product pipeline.
Under the terms of the agreement, Takeda will make an upfront payment of $10 million to Finch for the exclusive worldwide rights to develop and commercialize FIN-524 and rights to follow-on products in IBD. Finch will be eligible for development, regulatory and commercial financial milestones and tiered royalties on worldwide net sales.