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NEW YORK, October 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
Q BioMed Inc. (OTCQB: QBIO), technology partner Mannin Research Inc. will present in a webcast on Innovating for Ophthalmic Diseases on October 20th at 10AM ET.
Dr. George Nikopoulos, CEO and President of Mannin Research Inc. will participate in a BioPharma Dealmakers webcast, sponsored in part by Mannin Research Inc., featuring three companies innovating in therapies for eye disorders.
Please register here to participate > Webcast registration link
This webcast will explore some of the latest advances in the ophthalmic field through discussion with representatives from companies developing a range of innovative therapies for eye disorders, including the use of iPS cells, eye drops to deliver small-molecule drugs and complement inhibition.
The webcast will conclude with a live roundtable discussion and a Q&A section to allow you to participate and put your own questions to the speakers.
Dr. Nikopoulos has worked with and advised a number of biotechnology, pharmaceutical and med-tech companies. Dr. Nikopoulos' expertise includes translating complex technologies and innovations into strategies for commercialization, market research, and business development as well as pre-clinical toxicology study design.
Other webcast participants include:
· Hardy TS Kagimoto, MD, President, Representative Director and CEO of HEALIOS K.K.
· Dr. George Nikopoulos, CEO & President of Mannin Research Inc.
· Moderator: Raveena Bhambra, Editor of BioPharma Dealmakers. Raveena has worked in the biopharma industry for over 10 years specifically in the areas of dealmaking, partnering and licensing.
More information can be found on the following social media links
About the Webcast
BioPharma Dealmakers webcasts are dedicated to small and large companies looking for commercial partnerships. Read the quarterly BioPharma Dealmakers supplement in Nature Biotechnology and Nature Reviews Drug Discovery.
About Mannin Research Inc.
Mannin Research Inc. (Mannin), is a privately held, research stage biotechnology company, founded in July, 2012. Mannin is focused on the discovery, development, and commercialization of first-in-class therapeutics for vascular diseases using the Tie2 mechanism of action. Mannin's research is led by Chief Scientific Officer, Dr. Susan Quaggin, Chief of Nephrology and Director of the Feinberg Institute at Northwestern University.
With a formal research partnership with Northwestern University, revenue generating research and development and licensing agreement with QBioMed (OTCQB: QBIO), Mannin is leading the development of a new class of compounds for a range of vascular diseases. Our primary program, MAN-01, is for treatment of Primary Open-Angle Glaucoma.
More information is available at http://mannin.ca/.
Contact: email@example.com, +1-416-775-9767
About Q BioMed Inc.
Q BioMed Inc."Q" is a biomedical acceleration and development company. We are focused on licensing and acquiring biomedical assets across the healthcare spectrum. Q is dedicated to providing these target assets the strategic resources, developmental support, and expansion capital the need to ensure they meet their developmental potential, enabling them to provide products to patients in need.
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Contact:Denis Corin, CEO, Q BioMed Inc., +1-888-357-2435
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