What We Do
Mediphage Bioceuticals uses bacteriophage elements to generate safe, effective, and accessible phage-therapeutic platforms.
To eradicate the suffering of diseases through revolutionary therapeutics.
To design phage-based therapeutic platforms that drive the creation of safe and accessible cures to chronic diseases. We execute this mission with integrity, respect, and honesty.
Mediphage Bioceuticals Inc. was formed as a spin off company from the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada.
Mediphage Bioceuticals closes its seed round of 490K to develop proof of concept and perform early stage efficacy studies.
Mediphage Bioceuticals successfully develops its DNA Ministring production and targeting technology. Mediphage also completes early stage concept and efficacy studies.
Mediphage Bioceuticals moves to the MaRS Innovation Center located in Toronto, Ontario. Mediphage Bio is now entering late stage safety and efficacy studies and is beginning to manufacture DNA Ministrings in compliance with cGMP manufacturing practices.
Our msDNA is currently being evaluated by therapeutic development partners using gene therapy, CAR-T, DNA vaccines, iPSCs, CRISPR, and B cell immunotherapy across a variety of applications.
If you are interested in evaluating msDNA with your technology, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Roderick Slavcev,
Founder & CEO, HBSc, PhD, MBA, MRSB, C.Biol
- Associate Professor, Pharmaceutical Sciences
Professor, Business & Entrepreneurship School of Pharmacy, University of Waterloo
Chartered Biologist, Royal Society of Biology
Dr. Jonathan Blay,
CSO, PhD, FIBMS, FRSB, CSci, CBiol
- Professor of Pharmacy (Waterloo)
Adjunct Professor of Pathology (Dalhousie)
Fellow of the Institute of Biomedical Sciences
Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology
Senior Scientist, BSc
- PhD Candidate
- School of Pharmacy
- University of Waterloo
Director of Advancement
- MA - International Relations
- BMath - Computer Science (Bioinformatics)
Chief Operating Officer
- MBET - Business Entrepreneurship, and Technology
- HBSc - Neuroscience, Cell and Molecular Biology, and Immunology