The investment has been made through Caixa Innvierte BioMed II, a vehicle managed by Caixa Capital Risc, the venture capital arm of "la Caixa". The fund is driven by "la Caixa" and the Centro para el Desarrollo Tecnológico Industrial (Centre for Industrial Technological Development, CDTI) under the framework of the Innvierte Programme and has minority participation from the Institut Català de Finances.
Physicians currently have no tools to help them detect which breast cancer patients will suffer metastasis to the bone, a process that occurs in 15-20% of cases. A study led by ICREA researcher Roger Gomis at the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona) and published today in JNCI has uncovered a gene that allows breast cancer cells to invade bones and create new tumours, or to metastasize.
Inbiomotion SL, a company focused on the development of a specific biomarker for the prediction of bone metastasis, has strengthened its board of directors with the appointment of Dr. David L. Lacey.
Inbiomotion SL, a company focused on the development of biomarkers for the prediction of bone metastasis, today announced the creation of its Scientific Advisory Board with renowned experts in various disciplines, including bone metastatic disease, biomarker development, translational research and medical oncology.
Inbiomotion SL, a company focused on the development of biomarkers for the prediction of bone metastasis, today announced the appointment of Dr. Jon Askaa, as non-executive Director, and Dr. Juan Carlos Tercero as Head of Product Development.
Ysios Capital, a leading Spanish life sciences venture capital firm, today announces that it has led the €2 million Series A financing of Inbiomotion SL, a spin-out company from the Growth Control and Cancer Metastasis group at the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona) and ICREA focused on the development of biomarkers for the prediction of bone metastasis from primary tumor biopsies. Additional investors participating in the round include Fundació Vila Casas and JVRisk Technologies.