Lyon, France. October 17, 2019 – ENYO Pharma will be present at the AASLD in Boston in November to present four Posters and one Oral presentation For its Lead Compound EYP001. ENYO will also hold KOL Symposium to Provide Scientific Update on Potential Benefits of FXR Agonists for HBV treatment, on the 10th of November.
Lyon, France., October 3rd, 2019 – ENYO Pharma, a private clinical stage biotechnology company developing innovative drug candidates, today announced the relocation of the Company’s headquarters to the 8th Arrondissement in Lyon in the BIOSERRA buildings at 60 avenue Rockefeller, to support long-term growth and advancement of pipeline.
Lyon, France, September 19th, 2019 – ENYO Pharma, a private clinical stage biotechnology company developing innovative drug candidates, today announced the appointment of Jonathan Lieber as Chief Financial Officer. ENYO Pharma also provided a pipeline update today with a focus on EYP001 (Vonafexor, proposed INN), the Company’s FXR agonist that is currently in Phase II clinical development in both Hepatitis B (HBV) and Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH).
ENYO Pharma announces the successful completion of phase Ib with its FXR agonist EYP001 and the start of phase II studies in two indications, NASH and HBV
Lyon, November 06, 2018 – ENYO Pharma, a clinical stage biotech company developing innovative drug candidates, today announced completion of its phase Ib clinical trial evaluating the safety, pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of its FXR agonist compound EYP001 in patients with chronic hepatitis B virus infection (CHBV). The company highlights that EYP001 was well-tolerated by patients and induced a prolonged FXR target engagement after QD dosing over 4 weeks. ENYO Pharma will now initiate two Phase II clinical trials of EYP001 in NASH and CHBV.
Lyon, June 4, 2018 – ENYO Pharma, a clinical stage biotech company developing innovative drug candidates by mimicking virus strategies to modulate host cellular functions, today announced that it has completed a €40 million Series B round of financing from US and European investors. This new funding will enable the company to finance the two first Phase II clinical trial of its EYP001 asset in both chronic HBV and NASH. A second asset is also planned to enter clinic by 2019.