Complement Therapeutics GmbH (CTx), a preclinical stage biotechnology company developing novel therapeutics for complement-mediated diseases, today announced the opening of their laboratory at Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst (SBC).

The state-of-the-art laboratory facility marks a significant milestone for CTx as it expands its research and development capabilities. Equipped with cutting-edge technologies and equipment, the lab will serve as a hub for advancing the development of CTx’s pipeline assets.

“We are thrilled to announce the opening of our new lab at Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst,” said Dr Dennis Keefe, Chief Scientific Officer of Complement Therapeutics.“This facility will be instrumental in accelerating our research efforts and driving innovation in the field of complement-mediated diseases. With the support of our growing talented team and the collaborative environment fostered at SBC, we are well-positioned to make significant progress in developing novel therapeutics.”

Dr Sally Ann Forsyth OBE, CEO, Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst, said:

“We are delighted that Complement Therapeutics has joined our world-class cluster of excellence which accelerates the translation of cutting-edge science to improve people’s health and the quality of their lives. We wish the team every success as they continue to build potentially transformative therapies.”

The strategic location of the lab within the Stevenage Campus provides CTx with access to a vibrant ecosystem of leading researchers and industry experts. This proximity to scientific expertise and the potential for collaborative partnerships will enhance CTx’s ability to translate scientific discoveries into groundbreaking treatments for diseases with high unmet clinical need.