Enable Biosciences nabs top award in Amgen's annual Golden Ticket competition. Along with co-awardee Darmiyan, Enable will receive up to a year of free office and lab space in the prestigious QB3@953 biotech incubator space.
Professor Carolyn Bertozzi, PhD, co-founder and chair of Enable’s Scientific Advisory board, has received the 2017 ACS Arthur C. Cope prize. The award is the highest honor given to an organic chemist by the American Chemical Society.
StartOut is the premiere LGBT entrepreneurship organization. Attendees will get a first look at the startups, meet the founders, and network with other top-tier investors, corporate strategists & press.
Enable Biosciences began the 8-week I-Corps program with a kickoff meeting in Washington, DC. Enable will receive $50,000 in supplemental funds to aid in business development and customer discovery.
StartX is a Stanford-affiliated non-profit accelerator program that connects and cultivates founders, mentors, and advisors by providing $600k+ of free resources and access to the StartX fund.
Standing up for the little guy, the underdog, comes naturally for Seftel. It’s in his genes. He was born in South Africa during the height of apartheid. His parents were physicians and social activists, and friends of Nelson Mandela.
An early diagnosis is one of the most important tools available to manage type 1 diabetes (T1D). Addressing this need is the first place winner in the late-stage projects of the 2016 Diabetes Innovation Challenges, Enable Biosciences of San Francisco, CA.