Developing a novel, safe drug to prevent heart attacks, strokes, and liver transplants from NASH

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Security Type
Technology, Healthcare & Medical, Life Sciences, Community & Lifestyle
Min Investment
Brooklyn, NY
Offering Date
October 18, 2021
Expected Close Date
April 29, 2024
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Company Description

Corvidane is developing Corvida™ to prevent the two leading causes of death worldwide and the leading cause of liver transplants in the United States.

Corvida™ is made of fatty acids, which are important dietary sources of fuel and they are structural components for cells.

Corvida™ uses Omega-7 and Omega-9 fatty acids for their ability to improve lipid metabolism and their anti-inflammatory properties.  This potential is used to target diseases of lipid metabolism and inflammation such as Atherosclerosis and NAFLD/NASH.

Key Deal Facts

CEO designed trials for Vascepa®, which reduces heart attack and stroke risk for high triglycerides.
Awarded $700k from Dutch government to perform more studies on our drug Corvida™'s potential.
Results of Corvida™'s affect on genes associated with atherosclerosis due in 2022.
Funds raised will lead to PreIND meetings with the FDA to ensure acceptability of human trials.
Corvida™'s components are designated GRAS (Generally Regarded as Safe) by the FDA.
Corvida™ is protected by patents in the US and Japan and are owned by the company.
This is an opportunity for you to impact global health and potentially realize significant financial gains.

Use of Proceeds

  • Operations 
  • Legal, accounting, market research
  • Manufacturing/CMC
  • Toxicology studies
  • Personnel 

Management Team / Advisory Board Bios

Paresh Soni, EO
20+ years of executive pharmaceutical experience in Cardiovascular diseases and NASH that includes Amarin, Alexion, Pfizer and Albireo. Led the NDA submission and approval of Vascepa®, designed and launched the landmark REDUCE-IT study.

Damion Boyer, Co-Founder / COO
6 years experience as CEO of Corvidane. Responsible for initiating Corvidane’s NASH program and forging strategic alliances in the U.S. and Europe, which includes UMC Utrecht and resulted in a non-dilutive subsidy from the Dutch government.

Peggy (Berry) Durst, VP of Regulatory
28 years of Regulatory experience that includes 5 years with Amarin. Developed and operationalized FDA Regulatory strategy for Vascepa®. Managed clinical trial submissions in the U.S., the EU and Canada.
Amount Raised : $356,713
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