GenBio Inc is a US-based Biotechnology company with unique expertise based on a crucial medical research breakthrough - described by the US scientific team as “never seen before”. GenBio aims to create the next generation of anti-inflammatory drugs... We intend to disrupt the $191 Billion anti-inflammatory drug market!
Current prescription drugs are associated with significant toxicity issues that can seriously impact consumers’ health; cardiovascular and gastrointestinal side effects are common. There are also increasing worries about antimicrobial resistance. GenBio’s innovative research will address all these concerns and produce the next generation of anti-inflammatory drugs...
GenBio is developing an entirely new class of more potent, yet far less toxic anti-inflammatory drugs, based on a newly discovered and unique new class of molecules.
We are the first company in the world to identify, then research a unique rare natural extract showing truly remarkable and unique capabilities to treat a variety of ailments and diseases way more effectively and yet with way fewer side effects.
Many prescription drugs currently marketed for a wide variety of ailments are originally isolated from plants and/or are semi-synthetic analogs of phytochemicals. It has been estimated that approximately 25% of all prescription drugs currently in use are of plant origin. Furthermore, approximately 75% of new anticancer drugs marketed between 1981 and 2006 were derived from plant compounds; morphine and aspirin are other well-known drugs derived from plant extracts.
Our extract has undergone scientific investigation in the USA and been described as “a world first” and “never seen before”. Based on the science to hand, the Company is, in our opinion, uniquely poised to make trailblazing new discoveries for a new generation of drugs in certain classes.
Our aim is to replace some current prescription medications worldwide (along with patents) through our USA-based research program. Successful research and the resulting patenting of these molecules will create a near-monopoly of entirely new classes of pharmaceutical natural health and nutraceutical products.
Achievement & Traction
GenBio Inc seeks capital to advance its current research findings to the next critical stage with a specialized scientific team that is already briefed and in place in the USA and also backed up by another international panel of scientists specializing in this field.
Anti-Inflammatory Drugs Market to Exhibit 9.3% CAGR by 2027 Owing to Rising Prevalence of Inflammatory Health Conditions: Fortune Business Insights™
The global Anti-Inflammatory Market is expected to reach USD 191.42 billion by 2027 on account of increasing investments in the development of biologics for treating autoimmune inflammatory diseases. Anti-inflammatory drugs help to reduce inflammation in the body and treat health conditions such as arthritis, asthma, rheumatoid arthritis, sinusitis, and other serious medical conditions.
GenBio aims to be the first company in the world to isolate and fractionate and thus identify a new molecule for a new generation of drugs initially focused to treat arthritis, all based on the remarkable scientific findings from the USA.
Our goal is to commence a defined drug program, but be acquired within 12-18 months, ideally by a pharmaceutical company, at a price that reflects the unique and highly sought-after drug program and associated scientific files. Fifteen acquisitions of inflammatory drugs, primarily by drug companies from 2016 - 2020 at the 'discovery' phase, averaged a median total sale price of over $US 900 million per deal. Pharma companies are dependent on innovation from emerging biotech companies to develop new products. Those drug companies that don’t do deals will fall behind in the race to develop better therapeutics. We expect a sale of assets within 12-18 months at a price that reflects our research's uniqueness into a novel, patented ‘triple inhibitor’ drug; it is anticipated that GenBio will be a compelling acquisition opportunity for a major pharmaceutical company in the inflammation and anti-infective field.
Giles Tilley has over 35 years of Senior International Business Development & Management experience within the Natural Healthcare industries. Giles has worked closely with the Australian government for more than 15 years identifying innovative natural Australian healthcare products and technologies and guiding them from initial market entry strategy to international success, including working on Australian Manuka Honey in international markets, especially in Germany and Japan.
He has gained widespread success as an innovative entrepreneur, having stunned Australia by becoming only the second person ever in its history to sell non-alcohol specialized dermaceuticals to NASA shuttle operations in the U.S., a feat which gained him both media attention and a political citation from the Queensland State Premier. He has consulted to Medifruit Pty Ltd since 2010 and driven the Company’s international R&D program, culminating recently in a platform of patents in the pain and inflammatory category.
Since 2010 he has branched out as a specialist consultant and is retained by GenBio to advise on rare novel extracts for the U.S. market. His expertise is in start-ups and he has guided several to success in his 35-year career in this challenging area. Giles holds both a BA and MA from Oxford University.
Todd D. Sonoga, Director,
Chief Marketing Officer
Todd has successfully represented public and private companies for over 20 years, consulting them on market awareness, support, raising capital, identifying merger and acquisition targets, advertising, marketing & branding. In 1992, Todd was recruited by Wall Street Publishing for their ‘The Small-Cap Report,’ out of Newport Beach California where he oversaw research, training, subscriber management, and served as Editor of the newsletter.
Todd in 1998, founded Trilogy Marketing Strategies, Wall Street Microcap in 2013, and Crowdfunding Power in 2014. In early 2017, Todd co-founded and assumed the role of Chief Marketing Officer for WFN1 News Corp. (WFN1) and the show ‘CEO Money’ on Dallas Talk Radio Show on IHeart’s 1190 AM. Currently, Todd also owns and operates one of North America’s largest investor networks, with a total reach of over 10 million investors, and is a member or administrator to over 700 investment rooms, groups, boards, and affiliate investment websites.
Professor Lindsay Brown is formerly a Professor of Biomedical Sciences at, University of Southern Queensland, Australia, and since 2015 a Fellow of the International Academy of Cardiovascular Science. His 35 years of scientific research encompasses an emphasis on drugs acting on the heart and associated blood vessels, endocrine organs, and brain.
His research team is internationally recognized for using rat models to determine whether interventions, including many natural products, can reverse or prevent disease-induced changes of the heart, liver, kidney, and adipose tissue, and to indicate whether these interventions should be further tested in humans with these diseases. His recent studies have characterized the prevention of obesity-induced osteoarthritis in rats. Further, he has reported, including National TV, the decrease in blood pressure in mildly hypertensive patients using Australian Queen Garnet plum juice. He is an editor of Nutrients and Journal of Clinical Medicine. He also holds a USQ Excellence in Research award in 2015.
Use of Funds
It is vital GenBio Inc. rapidly raise $1,070,000 in capital to complete the modest first phase of our research program in California. We intend to use the funds for the isolation & fractionation of key molecules and platforms and then patent these discoveries to firmly secure the research program's intellectual property. This ongoing dynamic joint USA-Australian IND (Investigative New Drug) Program should yield enormous benefits for both investors and humanity.
The Company’s strategic objective, subject to a successful capital raise, is to proceed without delay to an IPO on the NASDAQ or NYSE. Its research program should create an ongoing suite of patents that will provide significant media releases to the market. We as well expect a sale of all assets within 12-18 months at a price that reflects the uniqueness of our research into novel patented anti-inflammatory drugs. The company should be a compelling acquisition opportunity for a major pharmaceutical company in the inflammation and anti-infective field.
Dakshidin CEO Joins GenBio CEO on Stock Day Podcast to Discuss Entering 191 Billion Dollar Anti-Inflammatory Market, Their Strategic Partnership and Research Potential
SAN FRANCISCO, CA / ACCESSWIRE / May 20, 2021 / Dakshidin Corp (OTC PINK: DKSC) CEO Chris Haigh and Giles Tilley, Managing Director of GenBio Inc. an early-stage Biotechnology Company joined Stock Day host Everett Jolly for an interview. Read Full> Press Release 5-20-2021