On Track For 2023
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Key Upcoming Value Drivers
Phase 1 clinical trial completion
Phase 1b/2a spinal cord injury clinical trial to be initiated
Preclinical study results in an Alzheimer’s disease model
Awarding of US Department of Defense and privately funded grants
NervGen Pharma Corp. (OTCQX: NGENF, TSX-V: NGEN) is developing a first-in-class neuroreparative drug for the treatment of nervous system damage
NervGen’s lead drug candidate, NVG-291, is currently in a Phase 1 clinical trial.
The company’s initial target indications are spinal cord injury, Alzheimer’s disease and multiple sclerosis.
In the US alone:
People Living with Spinal Cord Injury1
People Living with Alzheimer’s2
People Living with Multiple Sclerosis3
1. National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center, 2021 Fact Sheet
2. Alzheimer’s Association
3. National Multiple Sclerosis Society
Dramatic Pre-Clinical Results
“If these results translate to patients, NVG-291 could redefine the treatment of spinal cord injury.”
Monica A. Perez, PT, PhD
Scientific Chair of the Arms + Hands Lab at Shirley Ryan AbilityLab; Professor of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Northwestern University; and Research Scientist at the Edward Hines Jr. VA Hospital
“NervGen’s platform technology is truly unique and will be of significant interest in the search for a solution to Alzheimer’s disease.”
George Perry, PhD
Current and founding Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease and Semmes Distinguished University Chair in Neurobiology at the University of Texas, San Antonio Hospital