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Celligenics, NTU, & SRIS Collaborate On New Therapy For Chronic Wounds (Sep 2021)

Celligenics is pleased to announce that we have signed a research collaboration agreement with local research institutes, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore's (NTU Singapore) Lee Kong Chien School of Medicine (LKCMedicine) and the Skin Research Institute of Singapore (SRIS), under the Skin Innovation Grant (SIG).

This collaboration will be our staging point towards developing a therapy that accelerates healing in chronic wounds such as diabetic foot ulcers and bed sores. With our joint expertise, preliminary studies have shown outstanding results.

With the support of local partners like NTU Singapore and SRIS, we are thrilled to be pioneers in bringing accessible and affordable therapies for chronic wounds to the market.


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