The earliest life on Earth started over three billion years ago. To survive in most ecosystems, life started to adapt to challenges and thrive in a wide range of conditions. In the Axolotl salamander is an animal capable of repairing and regenerating its central nervous system as well as its vital organs. Unlocking these mechanisms led to the development of regenerative implants and directly reprogrammed precursor cells. These technologies in combination allow for regeneration of the brain and spinal cord.
Through a grant awarded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) in 2014, we forged a collaboration with Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) in the fields of neural stem cells, neuroscience and neurosurgery for the evaluation of our directly reprogrammed neural precursor cells. The grant was ranked #1 nationwide.
Fortuna Fix is fully dedicated to addressing the needs of patients with neurodegenerative diseases and neurotrauma through the clinical development and commercialisation of ethical Regenerative Medicine solutions.