When blood is not an option.
Trauma is the leading cause of death for young adults in both military and civilian populations. Over 30% of trauma patients die from hemorrhagic shock and 50% of these deaths occur during the pre-hospital period.
It’s about time. A hemoglobin-based oxygen carrier has been sought for time-critical trauma victims and pre-transplant donor organ support for decades.
Donor Organ Transplant
VirTech Bio Strategic Advantages
BIGGER MOLECULESOxyBridge™ addresses FDA’s HBOC toxicity concern: megapolymer design prevents blood pressure increase
EASE OF MANUFACTURINGNo costly factory to be built. Designed for manufacturing by CMO – FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies – with FDA CMC experience
FIRST INDICATION DEVICEFirst indication is pre-transplant organ perfusion – ex vivo device has lower regulatory hurdles
VirTech Bio Management Team
COL(R) Dallas Hack
COL(R) Dallas Hack, MD, MPH
CEO & Director, Medical Affairs
- US Army, Multinational Force Iraq Command Surgeon
- Director, Combat Casualty Care, 2008-2014
- Coordinated $2Billion in R&D funding
Co-Founder & Executive Chairman
COL(R) Hack served as Senior Medical Advisor to the Principal Assistant, Research and Technology, US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC) from 2014 to 2015, where he coordinated Brain Health research.
W. Richard Light
Quality Assurance Advisor
Project Manager CMC & Lab Ops
The US Department of Defense has made an oxygen-carrying resuscitation solution a top priority to address field emergencies where a blood transfusion is simply not an option. VirTech Bio has been awarded $13.7M in non-dilutive funding. $10M of that from the US Army Medical Research and Development Command (USAMRDC), via the Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium (MTEC), and an additional $1.7M from US Special Operations Command (SOCOM). This non-dilutive funding effectively leverages the $6.7M in equity funding thus far invested. The awarded funds cover most of the R&D, the cost of eGMP manufacture of OxyBridge™, and the planned Phase 1 clinical study. OxyBridge™ is the most advanced human-derived HBOC platform currently in development for hemorraghic shock and donor organ transplantation. The DoD investment has helped establish VirTech Bio as the leader in the field of hemoglobin oxygen carrier solutions. Please contact us for additional information on our next round of funding: [email protected]
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Dear Friends and Supporters, As we begin the new year, I would like to share the significant progress we have made during 2022.
VirTech Bio presenting at the Florida Venture Summit Dec. 6, 2022 MIAMI, FL. COL(R) Dallas Hack, MD, CEO of VirTech Bio, will present the
Solution is tested to give an organ donated for transplant longer survival and to help victims of accidents