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Therapeutics

The NIA Office of Small Business Research supports small businesses who aim to develop therapeutic interventions that address factors that impact the aging population, as well as related conditions like Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and AD-related dementias.

The small business awardees below were selected by NIH in 2019-2020 to present their groundbreaking technologies and interventions to potential partners and third-party investors at industry showcases.

Displaying 1 - 10 of 14 business showcases.
  • The word Cenna written above an image of the worldRead about Cenna Biosciences, a small business using NIA funding to conduct research on therapeutic interventions that address the needs of older Americans.

  • Dignify Therapeutics logoRead about Dignify Therapeutics, a small business using NIA funding to conduct research on therapeutic interventions that address the needs of older Americans.

  • Calder Biosciences logoRead about Calder Biosciences Inc., a small business using NIA funding to conduct research on therapeutic interventions that address the needs of older Americans.

  • Cognition Therapeutics logoRead about Cognition Therapeutics, Inc., a small business using NIA funding to conduct research on therapeutic interventions that address the needs of older Americans.

  • Vivreon Biosciences logoRead about Vivreon Biosciences, LLC, a small business using NIA funding to conduct research on therapeutic interventions that address the needs of older Americans.

  • Recombinant Technologies logoRead about Recombinant Technologies, LLC, a small business using NIA funding to conduct research on therapeutic interventions that address the needs of older Americans.

  • Oligomerix logoRead about Oligomerix, Inc., a small business using NIA funding to conduct research on therapeutic interventions that address the needs of older Americans.

  • Emmyon logo with tagline, Metabolic HealthRead about Emmyon, Inc., a small business using NIA funding to conduct research on therapeutic interventions that address the needs of older Americans.

  • MandalMed logoRead about MandalMed, Inc., a small business using NIA funding to conduct research on therapeutic interventions that address the needs of older Americans.

  • Longeveron written out with Biological Solutions for Aging written underRead about Longeveron, a small business using NIA funding to conduct research on therapeutic interventions that address the needs of older Americans.