Sweden aims to establish a new Center for Advanced Medical Products (CAMP) as part of a SEK 320-million ($36.6-million), 8-year Swedish government initiative to position the country as a leading biologics developer.
Swedish regenerative medicine firm Xintela has been appointed a partner in the 6-year project to establish the CAMP cell and gene therapy research center, with SEK 48 million ($5.5 million) in funding from the country’s innovation agency and research council, Vinnova and Vetenskapsrådet. Xintel said that as one of the CAMP initiative founders, it will work with Sweden’s universities, research institutes, and with firms including AstraZeneca, GE Healthcare and Pfizer. Xintela will initially act as an advisor for development of the center, but in the longer term expects to benefit from emerging R&D.
Below you will find the collected information on Xintela’s press releases, newsletters, diary events, films, media coverage and analyses.
BioStock was given the opportunity to interview Sven Kili in connection with his visit to Sweden for board and strategy work in Xintela.
Dr. Marcus Keep comments on Xintelas glioblastoma project.
Xintelas Chairman of the board and strategic advisor Greg Batcheller, tells us more about Xintelas potential and prospects.
Dr. Lisa Fortier at Cornell University, New York is interviewed by BioStock about Xintelas positive results in horse study.
In the following video interview, Karin explains her role at Xintela and what she considers to be Xintela’s primary strengths.
See the interview with Claes Post, member of the board in Xintela. The interview is in swedish with english subtitles.
See the interview with Sven Kili, member of the board in Xintela. The interview is in English (introduction is in Swedish).
See an interview with Xintela's CEO Evy Lundgren-Åkerlund, after the listing ceremony at Nasdaq First North.
Investor presentation from Lund - Jan 27
Interview with Xintelas CEO