Abingdon, United Kingdom
Chroma Therapeutics discovers and develops novel small-molecule drugs for the treatment of common cancers and inflammatory disorders.
Gilde joined the company as one of its first investors. The company has since advanced its lead product Tosedostat®, for leukemia, to the final development stage. It has also built a product pipeline of new inflammation therapies using its proprietary cell accumulation approach, which targets the nucleus of a cell. In 2009 it began to partner with GlaxoSmithKline (GSK). Chroma Therapeutics is based in Oxford, UK.