DecImmune is developing a monoclonal antibody therapeutic to mitigate injury post-myocardial infarction. DecImmune’s technology works by preventing the localized cascade of deleterious effects initiated by the innate host immune system during revascularization procedures, and is designed to maximize the long term retention of left ventricular function.

More recent studies show that our antibody also mitigates the preoteinuria associated with diabetic nephropathy. DecImmune, located in Kendall Sq, was founded by Professors Michael Carroll of Childrens’ Hospital and Francis Moore of the Brigham and Womens’ Hospital. DecImmune is supported by leading group of venture investors, experienced management and multiple Federal SBIR grants.