Author: Caeregen Therapeutics

Update in Understanding and Managing FEVR New research approaches and potential therapeutics are moving the field toward improved care for these patients. By Kimberly A. Drenser, MD, PhD April 2022 Familial exudative vitreoretinopathy (FEVR) is a relatively rare hereditary disease that remains poorly understood. Although there’s a lack of...

Data presented on promising activity of Noregen™, first potential regenerative therapy for retinal diseasesFollows 1Q2022 U.S. FDA and EU EMA Orphan Drug Designation (ODD) for Noregen™ in Familial Exudative Vitreoretinopathy (FEVR)    May 3, 2022, Denver, CO and Rochester, MI – Caeregen Therapeutics, LLC, a Michigan-based, regenerative medicine therapeutics company...

A Novel Regenerative Therapy For The Treatment Of Familial Exudative Vitreoretinopathy (FEVR)  First potential FEVR therapy to obtain U.S. Food and Drug Administration Orphan Drug DesignationFollows Orphan Medicinal Product Designation by European Commission based European Medicines Agency Committee for Orphan Medicinal Products Positive Opinion   January 27, 2022,...

2021 Laureate Award Recognizes Exceptional Contributions in Overcoming Vision Loss November 11, 2021, Rochester, MI and New Orleans, LA – Caeregen Therapeutics, LLC, a Michigan-based, regenerative medicine therapeutics company, today announced that company co-founder Dr. Michael T. Trese, received the prestigious Laureate Award from the American Academy...

Advancing treatments for retinal-related vision loss and other neurosensory diseases Rochester, MI and Chapel Hill, NC, August 12, 2021 – Retinal Solutions, LLC, a Michigan-based, regenerative medicine therapeutics company, today announced it has changed its name to Caeregen Therapeutics, LLC. The progression into pharmaceutical development of Noregen™, the...

Disorders of vascular structure and function play a central role in a wide variety of CNS diseases. Mutations in the Frizzled4 (Fz4) receptor, Lrp5 co-receptor, or Norrin ligand cause retinal hypovascularization, but the role of Norrin/Fz4/Lrp signaling in vascular development has not been defined. ...