Dignify Therapeutics


Current News

March 22, 2017: Dignify Therapeutics Welcomes Leading Gastrointestinal Expert to its Scientific Advisory Board

October 11, 2016: Dignify Therapeutics receives $3.1 million in NIH Awards for Bladder, Bowel Therapy

August 7, 2015:  Dignify Therapeutics’ Chief Scientific Officer, Karl B. Thor, PhD, has been invited to participate as a Faculty member at the 2nd International Congress on Underactive Bladder

February 4, 2015: Dignify Therapeutics Completes Preferred Equity Financing

February 3, 2015: Dignify Therapeutics Adds Two New Members to its Scientific Advisory Board

January 5, 2015: *Media Mention - $250K N.C. Taxpayer Loan for This RTP Company Could Pay Off Millions – Triangle Business Journal

January 5, 2015: Dignify Therapeutics Awarded $250,000 NCBiotech Loan for Bladder, Bowel Therapy

November 4, 2014: Dignify Therapeutics Receives NC Matching Grant for Bladder and Bowel Therapy; Presenting at Two Events in Atlanta

August 15, 2014: Dignify Therapeutics Awarded SBIR Grant for Bladder and Bowel Therapy

May 6, 2014: *Media Mention - RTP drug developer Dignify joins Blackstone Network for mentorship - Triangle Business Journal

May 5, 2014:  Dignify Therapeutics Joins the Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network

February 26, 2014: Dignify Therapeutics Solicits $1.5 Million in Private Invesment

February 25, 2014: Dignify Therapeutics, LLC, Appoints Mr. Benny Ward as Chief Executive Officer

February 24, 2014: The Art of the Start and Dignify Therapeutics

February 19, 2014: Spina Bifida Specialist Joins Dignify Therapeutics’ Clinical Scientific Advisory Board

February 18, 2014: *Media Mention - Local Drug Developer Seeking Money From Private Investors - Triangle Business Journal

February 11, 2014:  Two Former Presidents of the American Spinal Injury Association (ASIA) Join Dignify Therapeutics’ Clinical Scientific Advisory Board.

February 5, 2014:  Dignify Therapeutics Announces Agreement with Integrated Laboratory Systems (ILS) to Establish Preclinical Urodynamics Laboratory at their Facility in Research Triangle Park, NC

February 3, 2014: Dignify Therapeutics Receives Support From the North Carolina Biotechnology Center

January 28, 2014:  Dignify Therapeutics Locates Offices in RTP at First Flight Venture Center

September 25, 2013 : Dignify Therapeutics presents Company overview at the Morrisville Innovation Foundation Hottovation graduation. Story covered in CaryCitizen and Triangle Business Journal.

September 10, 2013 : Dignify Therapeutics presents Company overview at the 2013 Triangle Entrepreneurship Week meeting. www.triangleew.org

September 1, 2013 : Dignify Therapeutics joins Friends program at the First Flight Venture Center in RTP. www.ffvcnc.org

July 1, 2013 : Dignify Therapeutics completes FastTrac program in partnership with the Center for Entrepreneurial Development. www.cednc.org

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