Aldatu Enables On-site COVID-19 Testing at Major Boston Hospital

Despite national supply constraints, one of the major Boston hospitals now has the ability to do rapid in-house testing and they are conducting the highest volume of on-site hospital testing in New England, thanks to Boston-based startup, Aldatu Biosciences.

Aldatu Biosciences Expands PANDAA Platform Beyond HIV with SBIR for the First Pan-Lineage Lassa Fever Test

Aldatu Biosciences, a biotechnology company developing molecular diagnostic assays and products based on gold standard real-time PCR, today announced it has been awarded a $300K Phase I SBIR grant from the NIAID at the NIH to fund the continued advancement of the company’s proprietary PANDAA™ technology platform and its specific application to the universal, pan-lineage detection of Lassa virus, the causative agent of Lassa fever.

In Memory of Mark Wainberg: Aldatu Advisor and HIV Pioneer

It is with deep sadness that we pass along news of the sudden death of our friend, mentor, and Scientific Advisory Board member, Prof. Mark Wainberg. Mark was one of the earliest supporters of Aldatu and our efforts to bring PANDAA to patients, and for that he will always have our gratitude. His passing represents a tremendous loss for not only our company, but the entire HIV community. Our hearts and thoughts are with his family and colleagues today.

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Aldatu Biosciences Receives $3 Million SBIR Grant to Expand PANDAA-based HIV Drug Resistance Diagnostic Development

Aldatu Biosciences has been awarded a Direct-to-Phase II Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant for approximately $3,000,000 over three years from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The award will fund the continued advancement of the company’s proprietary platform technology, PANDAA, and its specific application to HIV genotyping.

Aldatu Biosciences Licenses PANDAA Technology from Harvard University

Aldatu Biosciences, Inc. today announced that it has entered into a licensing agreement with Harvard University’s Office of Technology Development based on intellectual property developed in the laboratory of Professor Myron (Max) Essex, DVM, PhD, at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

Aldatu Named a 2015 RESI Innovator

Aldatu was selected to participate in the Innovation Challenge as part of the Redefining Early State Investments (RESI) Conference being held in Boston on September 16th, 2015. Aldatu will join 29 other innovative life science companies in therapeutics, diagnostics, medical devices, and healthcare IT tracks in an exhibition-style presentation format throughout the day-long conference.