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Arrogene Founder Awarded $2.8 Million Federal Grant

Arrogene’s Chief Scientific Officer and co-founder, Julia Ljubimova, MD, PhD, has received a $2.8 million grant from he National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health to advance her research of tumor nanoimmunology to treat cancers of the brain, breast, lung and other organs. “Our goal is to improve the body’s immune system so it [...]


Jack Kavanaugh Named Chair of Arrogene

Arrogene, Inc.,  a biotechnology company developing nano-diagnostic and therapeutic agents based on natural polymer and beta-polymalic acid, has announced that Dr. Jack Kavanaugh, a widely respected executive who has successfully led and guided multiple biotech and physical science companies, will assume the title of Chairman and Executive Chairman effective immediately. Arrogene’s technology was developed at Cedars-Sinai Medical [...]


Highlighting Arrogene Research on Innovative Ways to Combat Breast Cancer

Arrogene scientists are featured in an article about new targeted therapies to fight breast cancer. Reporter Kim Lamb Gregory interviewed Arrogene co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer:  “Dr. Julia Ljubimova and her research team are testing a family of drugs for HER2- positive metastatic breast cancer called Polyolefin. The drug is nanoscale Trojan Horse that sneaks into the [...]


Arrogene’s “Virtual Biopsy” Receives Widespread Coverage

Arrogene scientists publish new research breakthrough, and it’s getting a lot of attention in the press. As detailed in ACS Nano, they used nano imaging agents for differential diagnostics of tumor metastases to the brain. The research received coverage in Health Management, Science News Line, Radiology Business, and Phys.org. […]


Arrogene’s Nanotechnology Identifies Brain Tumor Types Through MRI ‘Virtual Biopsy’

Arrogene’s biomedical researchers have invented a tiny drug-delivery system that can identify cancer cell types in the brain through “virtual biopsies” and then attack the molecular structure of the disease. If laboratory research with mice is borne out in human studies, the results could be used to deliver nano-scale drugs that can distinguish and fight [...]