“RheaVita’s SVU technology is the ideal supplement for our existing methods in the field of lyophilization process development,” said Dr Michael Wiggenhorn, founder and board director at Coriolis Pharma. “Through our service model, our clients will get the chance to test and evaluate the new technology by a formulation development expert for their own drug development strategy.“
RheaVita already sells its technology (SVU and GMP-Flex equipment) and know-how in the field of continuous and controlled freeze drying to a large number of clients in the pharmaceutical industry, worldwide. Within the framework of this collaboration, RheaVita will benefit from Coriolis as a multiplier to enable the validation of the technology for different types of drug products and a wider range of applications. In the long run, the scientific exchange between the two companies will allow the technology to be extended to new molecule classes.
“Coriolis’ extensive scientific expertise with various molecule categories and their deep expertise in formulation development have convinced us, that we have found the ideal partner to expand the accessibility of our tech-
nology to a broader audience in the future,” said Dr Thomas De Beer, CEO at RheaVita.