- Humanetics is awarded a $6.0 million cooperative agreement from the Department of Defense under its Joint Warfighter Medical Research .Program. This will fund advanced development of BIO 300 for use by warfighters and first responders.
- Enrollment is completed in the Phase 1b/2a clinical study of BIO 300 in non-small cell lung cancer.
- Humanetics is awarded 2 new U.S. patents for BIO 300 and received notice of allowance of patents in Israel and Europe.
- Humanetics is awarded a $5.4 million multi-year grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease to continue development of BIO 300 as a medical countermeasure to mitigate radiation toxicity to the lungs.
- Vice Admiral Matthew L. Nathan, M.D., former Surgeon General of the U.S. Navy, joins Humanetics' Medical Advisory Board
- Humanetics is awarded a $125,000 grant from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to evaluate BIO 300 as a radioprotectant for use in deep space
- Humanetics is awarded a $3.8 million grant through the Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program of the Department of Defense to develop new forms of BIO 300 that can be used by military personal and first responders
- Humanetics is invited to present data about BIO 300 as a oral prophylactic drug to prevent acute radiation syndrome in Warfighters at the Military Health System Research Symposium
- Humanetics is awarded a patent that protects the use of BIO 300 in cancer patients
- Humanetics is awarded a $150,000 grant from the National Space Biology Research Institute to study BIO 300 for space-like radiation protection
- Humanetics is awarded a $600,000 SBIR grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infection Disease to study BIO 300 for mitigation of lung injury as a delayed effect of acute radiation exposure
- Researchers at the Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute receive a three-year $900,000 grant from the Department of Defense to further develop BIO 300 as a medical radiation countermeasure for use by Warfighters
- Humanetics begins enrollment in Phase I/II clinical trial in non-small cell lung cancer
- FDA clears IND 119322 for adjunctive treatment of non-small cell lung cancer with BIO 300
- Humanetics is awarded a new $225,000 STTR grant from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to study the protective effects of BIO 300 in a preclinical model of prostate cancer
- Humanetics receives approval from NCI to enter Phase II of its Fast Track Contract to test the protective effects of BIO 300 on non-small cell lung cancer patient
- Humanetics is awarded U.S. patent 8,551,530 for a nanoparticle formulation of BIO 300 allowing oral administration
- Humanetics is awarded a $1.7 million Fast Track Contract from the National Cancer Institute to study BIO 300 as a treatment for patients undergoing chemoradiation treatment for non-small cell lung cancer
- Humanetics receives a $3.5 million dollar contract from the Biomedical Advances Research and Development Authority to pursue development of BIO 300 as a post-irradiation treatment to prevent pneumonitis and fibrosis of the lung
- Humanetics receives $333,779 from the Internal Revenue Service under the Qualified Therapeutics Discovery Project for funding of Research & Development
- Humanetics obtains exclusive rights to develop BIO 700 and BIO 800 for the treatment of Acute Radiation Syndrome and Delayed Effects of Radiation Injury
- Humanetics receives fourth $2.5 million appropriation from the Department of Defense to fund medical radiation countermeasure programs
- Humanetics receives $600,000 NIAID Grant to study BIO 600 for Acute Radiation Syndrome
- Humanetics receives third $2.5 million appropriation from the Department of Defense to fund medical radiation countermeasure programs
- Humanetics successfully completes Phase I Safety and Pharmacokinetic trial for BIO 300 Oral Capsules in healthy volunteers
- Humanetics begins Phase I trial for BIO 300 Oral Capsules in health volunteers
- Humanetics receives first-ever Orphan Drug designation for a medical radiation countermeasure
- Humanetics receives second $2.5 million appropriation from the Department of Defense to fund medical radiation countermeasure programs
- Humanetics receives first $2.5 million appropriation from the Department of Defense to fund medical radiation programs
- Humanetics obtains clearance from FDA to begin clinical studies for BIO 300 under an Investigational New Drug (IND) application
- Humanetics signs unique Master Research and Development Cooperative Agreement (CRADA) with AFRRI
- Humanetics obtains Exclusive Worldwide License for BIO 300 Compound for ARS Countermeasure
- Humanetics begins Collaboration with Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute (AFRRI) to discover and develop medical radiation countermeasures