Collaborations are an essential part of BioVersys’ philosophy. We are working with some of the world leading academic, funding and industry institutions to push our product development through the different development stages.
Out- / in-licensing
BioVersys continuous to develop its pipeline with additional R&D programs mainly from our own technology platforms. If you have an outstanding program addressing a true unmet medical need within the area of infectious diseases or microbiome related indications, we are happy to learn more about your technology.
BioVersys seeks product licensing deals with pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies that are interested in co-developing or marketing our products fighting severe bacterial infections and targeted microbiome disorders. If you are interested to partner with BioVersys, you can reach us via our Contact Form.
Current partners: BioVersys has established a number of R&D and public private partnership at different stages across our entire pipeline.
BVL-GSK098 is the first clinical candidate identified in our tuberculosis program using BioVersys’ TRIC technology and drug discovery platform. During this successful public private partnership BioVersys has collaborated with the Institut Pasteur de Lille, the University Lille, SATT Nord, GSK and TASK. In 2019 the project received an important European Union IMI2 JU grant of 6.92 million EUR to fund the further development (TRIC-TB). In January 2021 BVL-GSK098 entered a Phase 1 clinical trial and in February 2021 BioVersys was awarded 2.7 million Euro from European and Developing Countries Trial Partnership (EDCTP) to study BVL-GSK098 in a Phase 2a tuberculosis clinical trial (bEto-TB).
BV200 is a first-in-class anti-virulence small molecule drug that disarms S. aureus bacteria (including MRSA), opening the door for a paradigm shift in AMR therapy. In October 2019 CARB-X awarded BioVersys up to US$ 8.92 million to fund the optimization and development of BV200 (AVATAR-SA) towards a stand-alone therapy to treat uncomplicated skin and skin structure infections (SSSI) and in combination with antibiotics for more severe infections such as pneumonia.