Harnessing Cell Migration to Repair Tissue

A Leader in the Science of Core Cell Migration Mechanisms and their Role in Repairing Tissue and Combatting Disease

All repair and regeneration within the human body depends directly on cell movement. Based on pioneering research, MicroCures has established a first-of-its-kind therapeutic platform for precisely controlling the movement of cells. This transformative science represents an innovative approach to tissue repair and disease treatment.

Proprietary technology to accelerate wound repair

MicroCures has developed a proprietary siRNA-based drug candidate, called siFi2, designed to both accelerate the rate and improve the quality of wound repair. 


Pioneering research at MicroCures has shown that the movement of cells can be precisely controlled to achieve dramatic therapeutic outcomes.


MicroCures’ first-of-its-kind technology platform can accelerate or decelerate cell migration with the potential to enhance healing and treat disease.


MicroCures has generated a deep pipeline of programs for large and underserved markets. Lead candidate, siFi2, is rapidly advancing toward clinical trials for excisional wound healing.