Internal and external R&D programs

Cynbiose has several R&D programs in different therapeutic areas of interest for biomedical and human health research.

Internal R&D programs

Our research teams pursue R&D projects in different indications.

Inflammatory & autoimmune diseases
  • IBD
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Sepsis
Respiratory diseases
  • COPD
Infectious diseases
  • Influenza
  • Measles
  • hMPV
  • Microbiota
  • Sepsis
Metabolic disorders
  • Diabetes
  • Obesity
  • NASH



The 1st preclinical excellence network on microbiome and infectious diseases grouping 12 partners.

More information on Cynbiome™.


National and world-class R&D programs

  • Dendrim’s (ANR, 2011): An immuno-modulatory phosphorus-based dendrimer for the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis. This R&D program aimed at developing a model of EAE and test the efficacy of a dendrimer to prevent multiple sclerosis.
  • Acilimab (FUI, 2011): Resistance treatment and optimization of cancer treatment by vectorisation of immune targeted active drug-substances. This project was dedicated to the development and characterization of mAb-targeted nanoparticules.
  • Sting 2.0 (ANR, 2011): Immunostimulating molecules with a broad-spectrum antiviral activity : a proof of concept in non-human primate human respiratory syncytial virus model.
  • Prim-OA (Eurostars, 2011): Development of non-human primate models for preclinical assessment of osteoarthritis treatments.
  • Cyclops (ANR, 2015): Cyclosporine Apost-conditioning imaging in a primate stroke model.
  • RHU Marvelous (ANR, French state investment plan, 2016): New MRI imaging to prevent cerebral and myocardial reperfusion injury.  Marvelous project website
  • Metabiose (R&D Booster, 2019): The METABIOSE project aims to develop and characterize a translational NHP model of metapneumovirus infection (hMPV) and to validate drugs and a nebulization delivery device.


As Cynbiose is an R&D-performing SME, we are eligible for national and international R&D programs (ANR, FUI, Horizon Europe, … ) to carry out collaborative and innovative research projects.

We can also co-develop new models in partnership with our sponsor, share the risk and cost to increase success.

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