About Alzamend Neuro, Inc.

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What is Alzheimer's disease?

Alzamend Neuro is currently working to transition two biotechnologies from the research and pre-clinical stage at the University of South Florida Health Byrd Alzheimer's Institute into the clinical stage and towards full commercialization. Alzamend Neuro has licensed both a patented mutant peptide for use as an immunotherapeutic treatment or vaccine and a lithium/proline based co-crystal therapy that may greatly reduce or eliminate the symptoms of agitation and memory loss for early to moderate stage patients.

We Invest in Innovation.

Through the licensing of promising intellectual property from internationally recognized organizations and institutions:

- We move licensed technology forward toward commercialization;
- And through the support of ongoing research, Alzamend Neuro strives to help move forward the battle against Alzheimer's.

On December 8th, 2016, Alzamend Neuro became the first biotech company to receive a letter of qualification for its Reg. A+ Tier II Offering by the SEC to raise up to $50 million. Alzamend Neuro continues to secure capital from traditional sources as well as through innovative channels.

Please join us, Alzamend Neuro, in our quest to "Make Alzheimer's just a memory".

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Statistics

  • 14 million

    People will have Alzheimer's by 2050 if a cure is not found.

  • 3 million

    People age 85 and older will be afflicted by Alzheimer's

  • 88 million

    People will have Alzheimer's by 2050 if a cure is not found.

  • 6th

    Leading cause of death in the U.S. - Alzheimers

  • $277 bn

    The estimated cost of caring for Alzheimer's patients in 2017

  • 1-in-10

    Americans over age 65 afflicted with Alzheimer's disease

  • 5.7 million

    Americans currently living with the Alzheimer's disease

  • 1-in-3

    People over age 65 or older will have AD by 2050

  • Women

    Are 2-and-half times more likely than men to have Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer's, A Medical Shortfall

In an article jointly issued on April 8, 2016, Allergan and Heptares cited currently significant unmet medical needs and a heavy economic burden caused by cognitive impairment and dementia across multiple diseases, noting that currently available drugs for treating Alzheimer's disease provide limited and transient effects on cognition. They cite projections of healthcare costs, including nursing home care, associated with Alzheimer's and dementia (currently estimated to be in excess of $640 billion for North America, Western Europe, and Asia-Pacific), that are continuing to grow based on data from the World Health Organization, Alzheimer's Disease International, the National Institute of Mental Health, and the Lewy Body Dementia Association. This medical shortfall puts a spotlight on an urgent need for development of new therapies capable of treating the estimated more than 45 million people worldwide suffering from dementia today.

Latest Updates

  • Alzamend Neuro™ Secures New Licenses from USF to Treat Alzheimer’s Disease

    Salt Lake City, UT, Oct. 29, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Alzamend Neuro™, Inc. (Alzamend™ or the “Company”) announced today that it secured two new licenses from the University of South Florida (“USF”) that, together, comprise the basis for a therapy targeted to treat agitation in those who are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease (AD). The therapy, named LiProSal™, combines lithium, proline and salicylate leveraging cocrystal technology to deliver relief to patients with AD and possibly other forms of dementia. The cocrystal technology enables a greater bioavailability from the therapeutic lithium while potentially reducing side effects to patients. Lithium has long been a popular treatment for neuropsychiatric disorders, yet has been plagued by poor bioavailability and adverse effects. LiProSal™ was created by a dedicated team of researchers led by Dr. Doug Shytle in the Center of Excellence for Aging and Brain Repair in the Department of Neurosurgery and Brain Repair and Dr. Jun Tan, PhD, M.D., Robert A. Silver Endowed Chair, in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences, USF Morsani College of Medicine. In the U.S., Alzheimer’s disease is the most prevalent form of dementia estimated at over 5.7 million adults today. “We are very excited about executing the two license agreements with the University of South Florida for LiProSal™. We look forward to bringing this ionic cocrystal based oral therapy to patients that have long suffered with the effects of AD. There are no profound treatments today for Alzheimer’s. With LiProSal™, we are very hopeful that we can change that,” said Milton “Todd” Ault, III, the Founder and Chairman of Alzamend Neuro, Inc. Mr. Ault continued, “Our consulting firm, TAMM Net, Inc. led by Art Spalding, will be providing the Company with a detailed timeline and development plan for completing and filing both the Pre-IND and IND with the FDA and launching clinical trials. Our underlying goal is to get a treatment or cure for Alzheimer’s to market at a reasonable cost as quickly as possible. Far too many suffer daily, patients and caretakers alike, from the burden created by the nation’s 6th leading cause of death and ‘most feared disease’.” Full Article

  • Alzamend Neuro™ Secures New Licenses from USF to Treat Alzheimer’s Disease

    Cocrystal Lithium-Based Therapy, “LiProSal™” Targets the Reduction of Agitation in Patients with AD Salt Lake City, UT - (Globe Newswire – October 29, 2018) - Alzamend Neuro™, Inc. (Alzamend™ or the “Company”) announced today that it secured two new licenses from the University of South Florida (“USF”) that, together, comprise the basis for a therapy targeted to treat agitation in those who are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease (AD). The therapy, named LiProSal™, combines lithium, proline and salicylate leveraging cocrystal technology to deliver relief to patients with AD and possibly other forms of dementia. The cocrystal technology enables a greater bioavailability from the therapeutic lithium while potentially reducing side effects to patients. Lithium has long been a popular treatment for neuropsychiatric disorders, yet has been plagued by poor bioavailability and adverse effects. LiProSal™ was created by a dedicated team of researchers led by Dr. Doug Shytle in the Center of Excellence for Aging and Brain Repair in the Department of Neurosurgery and Brain Repair and Dr. Jun Tan, PhD, M.D., Robert A. Silver Endowed Chair, in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences, USF Morsani College of Medicine. In the U.S., Alzheimer’s disease is the most prevalent form of dementia estimated at over 5.7 million adults today. “We are very excited about executing the two license agreements with the University of South Florida for LiProSal™. We look forward to bringing this ionic cocrystal based oral therapy to patients that have long suffered with the effects of AD. There are no profound treatments today for Alzheimer’s. With LiProSal™, we are very hopeful that we can change that,” said Milton “Todd” Ault, III, the Founder and Chairman of Alzamend Neuro, Inc. Mr. Ault continued, “Our consulting firm, TAMM Net, Inc. led by Art Spalding, will be providing the Company with a detailed timeline and development plan for completing and filing both the Pre-IND and IND with the FDA and launching clinical trials. Our underlying goal is to get a treatment or cure for Alzheimer’s to market at a reasonable cost as quickly as possible. Far too many suffer daily, patients and caretakers alike, from the burden created by the nation’s 6th leading cause of death and ‘most feared disease’.” Despite the advent of newer medications, Lithium is still currently approved by the FDA as a mood stabilizer and is considered the gold standard for treatment of bipolar disorder. Lithium is also commonly prescribed off-label for other neuropsychiatric symptoms, including suicidality and impulsive aggression as well as neurodegenerative diseases such as AD. Pharmacokinetics is the way the body absorbs, distributes and eliminates a drug. The findings from the preclinical studies by the creators of LiProSal™ support the notion that an ideal lithium preparation would be one that would both “flatten” high blood level peaks and “slow” declining blood concentrations. “Remarkably, LiProSal™ produced elevated levels of lithium in the mouse blood and brain 48 hours after an oral dose, but without the sharp peaks that contribute to the toxicity problems of lithium in the current FDA-approved lithium product,” said Dr. Shytle. “Additionally, oral administration of LiProSal™ to Alzheimer’s-like mice exhibited improved pharmacokinetics and significantly reduced β-amyloid plaques and abnormal tau phosphorylation, two pathological features for clinical AD,” added Dr. Tan. If these preclinical results hold true in humans, this would allow for a lower lithium dosing regimen and possibly fewer troublesome adverse events that plague conventional lithium therapy. Thus, LiProSal™ stands to be a major improvement over current lithium-based treatments and may also represent a means of treating Alzheimer’s disease. “Our company is committed to supporting the full product development life cycle of treatment and cures for Alzheimer’s disease,” said Philip Mansour, President and CEO of Alzamend Neuro™. “We are now at the doorstep of the next very important step, FDA registration and application to conduct human clinical trials. All too often great research never moves out of the lab and the initial testing phase. We are seeking every person who is aware of the devastation that AD causes, inform them of our projects, and call them to arms to support our mission to ‘make Alzheimer’s just a memory’. We are excited to be working with Dr. Shytle and Dr. Tan to advance LiProSal™ and other technologies that we believe can help prevent, slow down or cure Alzheimer’s disease.” In 2017, USF was granted a patent related to this technology (USPTO # 9,603,869), and the patent has been exclusively licensed to Alzamend Neuro™, a Utah-based biotechnology company dedicated to finding a prevention, treatment and cure for Alzheimer’s disease. The company’s goal is to move the technology out of the research and preclinical testing stages into clinical trials as it works toward commercialization of LiProSal™. It is estimated by the Alzheimer’s Association that every 65 seconds, someone in the U.S. develops Alzheimer’s and as many as one in ten adults over 65 have Alzheimer’s. It is also projected that by the year 2050, one in three seniors will have AD or another form of dementia and the disease may affect as many as 88 million adults if a cure is not found. Alzheimer's disease is one of the costliest chronic diseases to society and estimates are that the total care for Alzheimer’s and other dementias in 2017 cost the nation more than $277 billion. The Company recommends its shareholders and any interested parties read its public reports and financial statements filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission for further information. All public filings, financial statements, management profiles and other Company information are available on the Company’s web site, www.Alzamend.com™.   About Alzamend Neuro™, Inc. Alzamend Neuro™, Inc. is a Delaware corporation doing business in the State of Utah. The mission of Alzamend Neuro™ is to support the full product development life cycle of treatment and cures for Alzheimer’s driven by the belief that strong support of research is the foundation for true innovation. The Company is providing current hope through the commercialization of existing patented intellectual property and know-how while simultaneously funding future hope through advanced research and development. The vision of Alzamend Neuro™ has been to license CAO22W, the patented mutant peptide for use in immunotherapy as well as other AD technology from the University of South Florida. It is one of the Company’s strategic goals to support the continuing research by the teams at the USF Health Byrd Alzheimer’s Institute and other USF Health Colleges to develop and commercialize their results into meaningful solutions. From his family’s personal experience with relatives having been afflicted with AD, Mr. Milton “Todd” Ault, III, the Company’s Founder and Chairman, diligently studied the status of treatments and the landscape of medical technology. Mr. Ault selected USF and its formative intellectual property and formed the Company. With over twenty-seven years of experience on Wall Street as an activist driven by his relentless passion for business and technology, Mr. Ault’s efforts have culminated in a commitment to depart from the traditional while forging ahead with an innovative, yet disruptive path to financing the commercialization and the discovery of future solutions.   Forward-looking Statements Certain statements in this news release may contain forward-looking information within the meaning of Rule 175 under the Securities Act of 1933 and Rule 3b-6 under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and those statements are subject to the safe harbor created by those rules. All statements, other than statements of fact, included in this release, including, without limitation, statements regarding potential plans and objectives of the Company, are forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. The Company cautions that these forward-looking statements are further qualified by other factors. The Company undertakes no obligation to publicly update or revise any statements in this release, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.   Investor Inquiries: Email:  IR@Alzamend.com™ Company Website: www.Alzamend.com

  • Alzamend Neuro™ Launches Pursuit to Secure FDA IND and First Stage Clinicals

    Alzamend Neuro™, Inc. (Alzamend™ or the “Company”) announced today that it has selected TAMM Net of Marietta, GA to lead its FDA regulatory application and oversight efforts including the successful filing of a FDA IND application and resulting in FDA approval to conduct a First Stage Clinical Trial for CAO22W. FULL PRESS RELEASE

  • USF Researcher Develops Therapeutic Vaccine to Combat Alzheimer’s Disease and Neurodegenerative Disorders

    TAMPA, Fla., January 19, 2017 -- Alzamend Neuro™ has licensed the USF treatment to help advance commercialization. A neuroscientist at the USF Health Byrd Alzheimer’s Institute and the USF College of Pharmacy has developed an immunotherapeutic treatment now undergoing testing for the prevention, treatment and cure of Alzheimer’s disease as well as other neurological disorders. This innovative technology has been exclusively licensed from USF to Alzamend Neuro™, Inc. Chuanhai Cao, a USF associate professor of pharmaceutical sciences and a researcher at the USF Health Byrd Alzheimer’s Institute, has focused his research on peptides for use as a vaccine for Alzheimer’s disease and other neurological diseases. Dr. Cao has developed an antigen activated immune cell-based vaccine that shows promise in helping combat nervous system dysfunctions in Alzheimer’s disease. Research has shown that the therapeutic vaccine can target the toxic protein in the brain and fix the impaired immune system in several Alzheimer’s mouse models. “Our research team has developed a therapeutic vaccine that can both combat the disease and improve the immune system,” Cao said. “The most recent results have proved that such therapy can improve memory and avoid an unwanted vaccine associated reaction in a mouse model, so it could be a very promising therapeutic for Alzheimer’s disease patients.” FULL ARTICLE

  • Alzamend Neuro™ Announces TV Icon Willie Aames as International Spokesperson

    SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 09, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Alzamend Neuro™, Inc. (Alzamend™ or the “Company”) announced today Willie Aames will serve as its International Spokesperson while joining the team as Creative Advisor. The Company stated that with its recent launch of its Regulation A+ Tier II Offering online at www.AlzamendRegA.com™, it looks forward to the many contributions, inspiration and leadership that Aames will provide. With the Company’s campaign targeted to raise $50MM in new equity capital in less than a full year and able to take investment immediately, the addition of Aames is strategic and notable. On December 8, 2016, the Company was notified by the SEC that it had qualified its Form 1-A Application allowing the Company to move forward with the Offering which will leverage the key component of the Reg. A+ Tier II rules which allow for the solicitation of the general public as well as traditional investors and financial institutions.

    Photos accompanying this announcement are available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/570b7dcd-e68a-4b5d-b771-da9ca5557598 http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/e32a3791-ca51-4ce6-9fc3-0f263fac686a

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    A video accompanying this announcement is available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKl0FtY3AXA

    Although Willie Aames has starred in over 22 network series, Aames is best known worldwide for playing the iconic “Tommy Bradford” on the 1970s television series "Eight Is Enough" and Scott Baio’s heartwarming wingman “Buddy Lembeck" on the 1980s television hit series “Charles in Charge.” Aames also went on to star in 6 feature films. During the 1990s and through 2008 Aames developed his marketing skills making a name for himself as an award-winning, platinum-selling writer, producer and director. During this time, Aames successfully developed strategies, scripts and marketing plans for a myriad of companies including Fortune 500 titans Sprint, Northwest Airlines, Marion Labs and Helzberg Diamonds, a Berkshire Hathaway company. Aames also served as executive vice president of Pamplin Communications where he successfully developed several children's shows that became "sell through product" for Sony Wonder, Walmart and Toys"R"Us distribution channels.