Anchor Biologics Wins the 2019 Cade Prize (UF Biomedical Engineering)

Anchor Biologics Wins the 2019 Cade Prize

The Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention announced Anchor Biologics as the first place winner of its 2019 Cade Prize. Anchor Biologics is a collaboration of UF biomedical engineering researchers that aim to create a new treatment for inflammatory diseases. The Anchor Biologics team, Dr. Benjamin Keselowsky, professor, and Dr. Gregory Hudalla, assistant professor, accepted the $25,000 Cade Prize award.

Anchor Biologics’ mission is to control inflammatory diseases with its patent-pending technology IDO-GATER that combines a new way to turn off inflammation and a new approach to localize drug action.

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