StageUnattributed VC - IV | Alive
Last Raised$15M | 17 yrs ago
About ImaRx Therapeutics
We are a biopharmaceutical company developing and commercializing therapies for vascular disorders. Our research and development efforts are focused on therapies for stroke and other vascular disorders, using our proprietary microbubble technology to treat vascular occlusions, or blood vessel blockages, as well as the resulting ischemia, which is tissue damage caused by a reduced supply of oxygen. In addition to the brain and the lungs, blood clots can block blood flow and cause damage to other tissues in the body such as the heart, in case of coronary arterial disease, and the legs and other extremities, in case of peripheral vascular disease. We believe our development and research stage products may address significant unmet medical needs not only for stroke but also for clot-induced damage in tissues other than the brain.
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ImaRx Therapeutics Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was ImaRx Therapeutics founded?
ImaRx Therapeutics was founded in 1999.
Where is ImaRx Therapeutics's headquarters?
ImaRx Therapeutics's headquarters is located at 12277 134th NE, Redmond.
What is ImaRx Therapeutics's latest funding round?
ImaRx Therapeutics's latest funding round is Unattributed VC - IV.
How much did ImaRx Therapeutics raise?
ImaRx Therapeutics raised a total of $31.37M.
Who are the investors of ImaRx Therapeutics?
Investors of ImaRx Therapeutics include Solstice Capital, Edson Moore Healthcare Ventures and Coronado Venture Fund.
Who are ImaRx Therapeutics's competitors?
Competitors of ImaRx Therapeutics include Viracta, Juventas Therapeutics, Arteriocyte, Proteon Therapeutics, Akebia Therapeutics and 14 more.
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