Without any a priori target hypothesis, we identify differentiated medicines with our partners across broad areas of biology and rapidly iterate to optimize therapeutic profile.
We broadly explore and uncover novel biological targets that we can exploit to generate therapeutic candidates with our partners.
We partner with companies across the industry to in-license clinical-stage compounds, for which we have identified activity in new indications.
Joint development of existing programs — we work with experienced, development teams to rapidly execute preclinical and clinical development.
We work with commercial partners committed to maximizing program value for patients.
We partner with similarly innovative, forward-thinking companies that want to expand their pipelines and increase their impact. Some of the companies we’ve partnered with to-date include Takeda Pharmaceuticals to identify potential drug candidates in rare diseases and Sanofi to identify new uses for clinical-stage small molecules.
We are always open to new partnerships where our vision of radically improving people’s lives, and re-engineering drug discovery, are aligned. In 2018 we received a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to accelerate the discovery of potential drugs to treat malaria and, at the same time, broaden our platform to address other infectious diseases.
With a high-scale strategy for discovering novel medicines, we require a similarly innovative business model to ensure our clinical-stage programs get to patients as efficiently as possible. We partner with exceptional individuals and companies throughout the industry to help take our clinical-stage assets to patients. That is why we have begun spinning out new companies to advance our lead assets.
CereXis, Inc. is our first wholly-owned subsidiary company, with a focus on advancing our lead clinical-stage asset for Neurofibromatosis Type 2 (NF2). For more information, visit www.cerexisinc.com.
In 2019, we launched an incubator for life science and technology startups in partnership with the University of Utah’s Center for Technology & Venture Commercialization. The 14,500-square-foot facility includes 5,000 square feet of wet laboratory space, making it a highly sought after destination for Utah-based life science startups.
Recursion’s goal with the incubator is to 1) build the life sciences ecosystem and pipeline of top talent here in Utah and 2) support underrepresented groups and entrepreneurs by prioritizing startups with a diverse founding team.
In early 2020, we appointed an executive director to lead the incubator. The first list of resident entrepreneurs and companies will be announced later this year.
Our business development team can work creatively to formulate win-win collaboration constructs. Connect with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.