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Guaranteed adherence.
Better outcomes.

Through miniaturized, long-term biopharmaceutical implants, we seek to free patients from medication adherence challenges, minimizing the burden and maximizing the benefit of clinical treatments.

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Who is Vivani?

An innovative, clinical-stage
biopharmaceutical company.

Operating under our Biopharm Division and Neuromodulation Division, Vivani develops, manufactures, and markets therapies that target chronic conditions with high unmet medical needs. 

Our primary focus is advancing our portfolio of novel, long-term drug implant candidates by leveraging our proprietary NanoPortal technology to address medication adherence and help patients realize the full potential benefits of their medicines.

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Our Biopharm Division

Addressing the largest opportunity
to improve chronic disease outcomes: medication adherence.

Our proprietary NanoPortal implant technology is designed to deliver medication steadily over extended periods of time, with the aim of guaranteeing that patients consistently receive the right dose while avoiding potential safety concerns associated with medications with fluctuating drug release profiles. Unlike other extended-release therapeutic implants, NanoPortal can also deliver large hydrophilic molecules, such as peptides and proteins, potentially enabling a broader range of therapeutic applications.

Leveraging our NanoPortal technology, we are developing a portfolio of innovative, highly differentiated drug candidates that target Type 2 diabetes, Non-Alcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH) and obesity. We are also developing a product to treat overweight companion cats with feline diabetes and pre-diabetes. 

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Our Lead Product Candidate:
NPM-119

GLP-1 Receptor Agonist

NPM-119 is a miniature, subdermal, exenatide drug implant candidate with the potential to treat the growing number of patients with Type 2 diabetes. This small device can be conveniently inserted by a healthcare professional during a quick outpatient procedure and can provide steady doses of medication for up to six months, freeing patients from the hassles of taking a daily pill or a weekly injection.

Completing IND-enabling activities for our initial clinical study.

LIBERATE-1: A Phase II Study

We are currently preparing to initiate a study to evaluate NPM-119 over a 12-week duration. In order to begin the proposed clinical study, we plan to file an Investigational New Drug application with the U.S. FDA in early 2023.

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Our Neuromodulation Division

Advancing prosthetic eye implants for broad populations of individuals with blindness.

Currently, we are identifying and assessing strategic options for the development of Orion II – a next-generation artificial vision device candidate.

Orion was created to bring artificial vision to individuals who are blind due to a wide range of causes, including glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, optic nerve injury or disease, or forms of cancer and trauma.

Do you need assistance with Argus II?

FDA-approved Retina Implant

If you are a patient in the U.S. or Europe currently using Argus II and have one or more non-functioning components, please contact us. While we have discontinued the production of Argus II devices, we are committed to helping existing patients receive the support they need.