CalciMedica Announces Publication of Peer-Reviewed Paper in The Journal of Physiology

Link to full article March 10, 2022 Study Supports Development of CRAC Channel Inhibitors for Acute Pancreatitis Study indicates that Orai1 inhibition prevents impaired ductal cell function in acute pancreatitis (AP) Data describes underlying biological mechanisms that may explain key result in a Phase 2a trial of AuxoraTM in patients with AP with systemic inflammatory response […]

CalciMedica Initiates CARDEA-Plus: A Clinical Trial of Auxora™ in Patients with Critical COVID-19 Pneumonia

Link to full article January 20, 2022 CARDEA-Plus is designed to evaluate dosing, safety and efficacy of Auxora in combination with both tocilizumab and corticosteroids CalciMedica Inc. (CalciMedica or the Company), the CRAC (calcium release-activated calcium) channel company, today announced the initiation of CARDEA-Plus, a Phase 2b clinical trial being conducted in the United States […]

CalciMedica Reports Topline Data from the AuxoraTM CARDEA Phase 2 COVID-19 Pneumonia Clinical Trial

Link to full article Reduction in time to recovery through day 60 in patients with moderate and severe respiratory failure (primary endpoint analysis) Statistically significant reduction in time to recovery through day 60 in all patients who received study drug (a pre-specified supplementary analysis of the primary endpoint) Statistically significant 56% relative risk reduction in […]

CalciMedica Announces Publication of Preclinical Data in Journal of Immunology Further Validating Calcium Release-Activated Calcium (CRAC) Channels as Drug Targets for Diseases of the Airways

Link to full article Data provides further evidence of the broad potential for CRAC channel inhibitors to benefit patients across multiple disease areas involving the lungs LA JOLLA, Calif., September 9, 2021 – CalciMedica Inc. (“CalciMedica” or the “Company”), the CRAC channel company, today announced the publication of preclinical data validating calcium release-activated calcium (CRAC) channels, P2Y2 […]

CalciMedica Publishes Positive Data from Phase 2a Study of Auxora in Patients with Acute Pancreatitis and Announces First Patients Dosed in Phase 2b Study

Link to Full Article Data from Phase 2a Study Demonstrated Patients Treated with Auxora Experienced Reduced Severity of Acute Pancreatitis, Less Persistent Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (SIRS) and More Rapid Restoration of Gut Function with Favorable Safety Profile Patient dosing has begun in Phase 2b study in acute pancreatitis; data expected H2 2022 LA JOLLA, […]

CalciMedica Announces $21 Million Series D Financing

Link to Full Article Round led by Quark Venture LP and Global Health Sciences (GHS) Fund Funds to support advancement of anti-inflammatory therapy, AuxoraTM, currently being evaluated in severe and critical COVID-19 pneumonia and acute pancreatitis with SIRS Zafi Avnur, Ph.D., chief scientific officer and partner at Quark Venture, joins Board of Director LA JOLLA, […]

CalciMedica Presents New Clinical Data Demonstrating Improved D-Dimer Biomarker Levels with Auxora™ in Severe COVID-19 Pneumonia at the 50th Critical Care Congress

D-dimer levels have been correlated with disease severity and risk of mortality in patients with COVID-19 Treatment with Auxora improved D-dimer levels in patients with severe COVID-19 pneumonia LA JOLLA, Calif., February 2, 2021 – CalciMedica Inc. (“CalciMedica” or the “Company), a clinical-stage biotechnology company targeting calcium release-activated calcium (CRAC) channels for the treatment of severe […]

CalciMedica Announces IDMC Recommendation to Continue with Trial Evaluating Auxora™ in Patients with Severe COVID-19 Pneumonia

Link to Full Article LA JOLLA, Calif., December 17, 2020 – CalciMedica Inc. (“CalciMedica” or the “Company), a clinical-stage biotechnology company targeting calcium release-activated calcium (“CRAC”) channels for the treatment of severe acute and chronic inflammatory diseases, today announced that the trial evaluating AuxoraTM in patients with severe COVID-19 pneumonia has received a recommendation to continue, following a […]