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aTyr Pharma, Inc., a biotherapeutics company in San Diego, announced fourth quarter and full-year earnings, along with the appointment of a new company executive.
BIOTECH: Trovagene Firings Raise Questions Over Roles
Is Trovagene Inc. a diagnostic or a therapeutic company?
Zavante Therapeutics, a San Diego startup quietly launched by big-shot biotech veterans last fall, has raised $45 million to fund development of its lead drug.
Trovagene Inc. has fired and sued two of its top executives — CEO Antonius Schuh and CFO Stephen Zaniboni -- alleging breach of fiduciary duty. The actions caught both seasoned biotech executives by surprise.
The Food and Drug Administration's panel of advisers voted 12-2 Tuesday in favor of an experimental drug from ACADIA Pharmaceuticals, saying its benefits outweigh the risks.
Trovagene’s shares are down 12 percent Tuesday after the maker of liquid biopsies said it fired and sued its chief executive officer and chief financial officer.
San Diego’s Neothetics Inc. announced plans to move forward with its LIPO-202 program, despite earlier failed clinical trials and the abrupt resignation last month of CEO George Mahaffey.
San Diego’s Forge Therapeutics is teaming up with Carlsbad’s Active Motif on a research collaboration, the companies announced Monday.
DJO Global Inc., a medical device company in San Diego, announced financial results for the fourth quarter and full 2015 year.
San Diego’s Imprimis Pharmaceuticals, a maker of compounded drugs, reported a significant increase in revenue for the fourth quarter and full 2015 year.
BIOTECH: Carlsbad Co. Is Developing 3-D Imaging For Heart Procedures
Carlsbad medical device maker Acutus Medical Inc. closed a $75 million Series C round last week, one of the biggest infusions of cash the local medtech sector has seen in recent years.
TP Therapeutics, a small San Diego pharmaceutical company, has raised nearly $18 million in an all-equity Series B financing round, according to a recent form filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
San Diego drugmaker HUYA Bioscience International announced that its founder and CEO, Mireille Gillings, is stepping down.
Carlsbad medical device maker Acutus Medical has closed a $75 million Series C round, the company said Tuesday. The financing round came from Deerfield Management Company, Xeraya Capital and an undisclosed strategic investor, along with existing investor Advent Life Sciences, plus OrbiMed and GE Ventures.
Health Center Partners (HCP), a consortium of 17 primary care organizations in Southern California, is expanding its programs and investments to meet a growing demand in Riverside County.