Fairbanks has successfully met all SBIR Phase I milestones and has submitted a Phase II application to focus on in vivo therapeutic benefits.
Fairbanks was selected to present at UMass’ Technology Transfer Center’s Early-Stage Life Sciences Technology Conference on April 5, 2017. The presentation will focus on our technology, IP, potential markets, sustainable competitive advantage, developmental stage, and future plans. Stay tuned for a release of our latest slide deck.
Alan Schneyer and Elissa Brown gave Fairbanks’ introductory pitch today to MassBio’s 2017 Cycle 1 MassConnect mentors. Fairbanks was one of four biotech startups selected by MassBio to join the only entrepreneur mentorship program in Massachusetts that dives deep into the life sciences. MassCONNECT matches entrepreneurs and founders with seasoned life sciences professionals to catalyze and commercialize innovation.
The MassCONNECT process involves a two-month mentorship where industry experts guide entrepreneurs as they seek to develop business plans, launch companies, and raise capital.
MassCONNECT mentors evaluate and provide feedback on commercial feasibility; identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats; and team up to furnish industry-specific business advice for innovative ideas in therapeutics, diagnostics, medical devices and health IT. Entrepreneurs gain invaluable advice and coaching on defining value proposition, developing pitches and building professional networks.
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(December 2016) Boehringer-Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals (BI) selected Fairbanks from 30 applicants to compete for their Boston Innovation Prize. BI runs this competition to help sustain innovative pipelines for new breakthrough therapies by providing a Golden Ticket for Lab Central space (valued at $75,000) in Cambridge, MA. The panel of judges includes senior and founding members of Lab Central and BI’s venture capital fund, as well as other seed stage investor groups.