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Akaash Mishra in the lab

Programs

Through our innovative programs, Texas Biologics is investing in every phase of biologic development, from research support to clinical evaluation to commercialization.

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Current Projects

UT researchers are active in the development of new biologic therapies, including enzymes, antibodies, peptides and vaccines.

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Partner With Us

There are many ways to engage with Texas Biologics, from academic collaboration to technology licensing to philanthropic support.

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Pilot Grant Awardees

A major goal of Texas Biologics is to strengthen and expand biomedical translational research at UT by providing financial support for projects in biologics discovery and development. We launched the TXBio Pilot Grant Program this year to foster research across campus.

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100+

Patents since 2012

$750M

Raised via spinoff companies

12+

Drugs in commercial use or development

News

illustration of antibody attacking metapneumovirus
September 22, 2022

New research could pave the way for a vaccine for a common respiratory virus.

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illustration of transmembrane stem cell factor
June 08, 2022

Several years ago, a promising therapeutic using stem cell factor (SCF) emerged that could potentially treat a variety of ailments, such as ischemia, heart attack, stroke and radiation exposure. However, during clinical trials, numerous patients suffered severe allergic reactions and development of SCF-based therapeutics stopped. A research team led by engineers at The University of Texas at Austin has developed a related therapeutic that they say avoids these major allergic reactions while maintaining its therapeutic activity.

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Jason McClellan standing in lab
June 01, 2022

University of Texas at Austin molecular biosciences professor Jason McLellan was selected as a finalist for the 2022 Blavatnik National Awards for Young Scientists.

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