Over the years, Novogen has worked with leading academics in the field of actin cytoskeleton including Prof Peter Gunning laboratory (originally at Children’s Hospital at Westmead and then at UNSW Australia) and leading philanthropic organization, The Kids Cancer Project.
In developing Cantrixil to the stage of clinical trial, Novogen has worked with Yale University. The company is currently identifying suitable centres within the US and Australia for the First In Human, Phase 1 Study.
Trilexium is in early-stage development and Novogen is working with global R&D collaborators with whom Novogen aims to identify biomarkers of activity, delve deeper into the mechanism of action, and complete proof of concept studies.
Novogen currently collaborates with leading academic institutes worldwide, including The University of York, The Children’s Cancer Institute Australia, The Mater Institute in Queensland, and the University of Boston.
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