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May 18, 2018

Whilst in New York, where she was addressing the 2018 Annual Meeting for the American Psychiatric Association in early May, Baroness Greenfield was able to meet up for a lunch with three key investors of Neuro-Bio, Peter Yates, Jim Demetriades and Dave Fuente, none of whom are actually based in the city, but were by sheer happenstance all passing through from Florida, Los Angeles, and Melbourne. The ensuing get-together saw a highly stimulating and successful progression of ideas and plans for the company in developing a biomarker and therapeutic candidate.

Included in the picture with Baroness Greenfield is Kairos Ventures Founder and Managing Partner Jim Demetriades, David Fuente former Chairman and CEO of Office Depot and Director-Investor of Neuro-Bio, and Peter Yates AM Deputy Chairman of the Myer Investments Pty Ltd.

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April 23, 2018

Baroness Susan Greenfield paid a visit to Didcot Girls’ School on Wednesday 18th April and gave a talk to Greenfield House members and Didcot Sixth Form. Not only was she able to visit the house in her namesake, but she was able speak about her journey; both professionally and personally. Her key message to the students was that finding their personal identity filled with their own interests and drive is the most important thing in life and she was able to inspire students by describing science as much more than facts; that it is elegant, philosophical in its discovery and can expose dimensions of our human nature. Baroness Greenfield looks forward to maintaining a strong relationship with Didcot Girls’ School and Didcot Sixth Form and was impressed with questions that were asked of her. Here she is pictured with Dr Gohar Khan and Executive Headteacher of Ridgeway Education Trust Mrs Rachael Warwick.


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April 16, 2018

The article starts 'What if we have got it wrong on Alzheimer's? Science is about getting it wrong, until you get it right. What if we're refusing to admit we're wrong about a horrifying disease?'

This article shows that people are starting to question the amyloid hypothesis which only proves to strengthen the novel approach that Neuro-Bio is taking to tackle Alzheimer's Disease. 

Click HERE to read the whole article on why a new approach to Alzheimer's Disease is necessary. 

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March 11, 2018

During the second half on March 2018, Professor Susan Greenfield will be visiting Melbourne, sponsored by the University of Melbourne. Whilst in Australia she will meet with our current Australian investors and update them on the rapid pace of progress of Neuro-Bio research. Peter Yates, Deputy Chairman of The Myer Family Investments Ltd, who heads the syndicate of Australian angels and is a long-standing supporter of the Neuro-Bio approach, is also kindly hosting various events where Susan will be presenting to a wider audience.

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March 9, 2018

Neuro-Bio recently featured on Oxfordshire's local TV channel. Follow this link to see an interview with Baroness Professor Susan Greenfield on Alzheimer's Disease, Series B funding and our new premises.


Neuro-Bio Secure Millions in Funding for Alzheimer's Research

Published on Feb 6, 2018

Neuro-Bio is an Oxford University spin-out that's pioneering an alternative approach to talking neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's. Based at the Culham Science Centre the bioteach firm has won millions in funding from a US Company. Our Reporter Alex Meakin has more.

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Find out more about the work of Baroness Susan Greenfield on her personal website. You can also connect with Susan Greenfield on LinkedIn. Watch this video to learn more about her research.

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March 5, 2018

Fiona Cree has just joined Neuro-Bio as a consultant: she has extensive experience as a project director within a pharmaceutical environment having worked for Pharma companies including SmithKline Beecham and GlaxoSmithKline. Her extensive knowledge of global drug development processes and regulations across all Phases as well as her innovative approach to drug development, makes her an invaluable addition to the Neuro-Bio team. Her extensive experience of utilising available resources along with her vision of long-term planning and the delivery of short and long-term goals are expected to provide a valuable steer for Neuro-Bio into its next stage of development. We also envisage her extensive knowledge in interacting with legal, investment banking and other external institutions such as the European Commission during divestment/monopoly discussions, will help us through the due diligence process as we start to negotiate Series B funding.

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February 7, 2018

As Neuro-Bio continues to grow and we widen the scope and ambitions of our science, more spacious premises have proved an essential to accommodate the increase in researchers and management. Thanks to a very timely injection of funds from some of our Australian angel investors, we have been able to completely reconstruct and radically renovate recently vacated offices, into a mix of office and lab areas. This new space is bespoke and offer state of the art facilities where the whole team can readily interact in an exciting environment.

The company that designed and constructed the new premises is Sanber Ltd, one of the leading laboratory refurbishment and laboratory services installation companies in the UK. Based in Bolton but operating nationwide we provide the complete range of services required for any laboratory refurbishment or development project. They have given us specialist advice for the laboratory project and assistance from concept stage through to commissioning. For more information:

Professor Susan Greenfield and Miss Julie Peachey will visit UCB Celltech in Slough at the beginning of February to investigate possible collaborations with their neurodegeneration section and/or investment towards one of Neuro-Bios projects. The two companies originally met at Biotrinity and then again at Genesis 2017 and have had email discussions about possible partnerships for the next phase.

UCB Celltech is a biotechnology business that supports collaboration with academics and biotech companies to investigate new targets for possible development. UCB's goal is to command a leading position in discovering and developing new therapies to treat patients suffering from severe diseases. With a promising pipeline, they focus on neurological and immunological diseases to provide new treatments for specialists and their patients. For more information see:

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