Our mission is to improve

the lives of the millions that

suffer from food allergies

and gluten-related disorders

 

Food allergies and gluten-related disorders are on the rise,

with significant social, health, and economic impact

$25B

each year is spent on healthcare costs related to food allergies and disorders

1 in every 13 children in

the United States is affected by food allergies

new cases of celiac

disease have doubled every fifteen years

 We are using cutting

edge technologies in immunology, computational biology, and protein engineering to develop a new approach 

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We are building a comprehensive, clinically validated map of the molecular structure of food allergies and disorders, unlocking critical knowledge about the biological mechanisms that drive human food interactions.

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On the basis of this map, we design proteins that do not trigger an immune response. These proteins are then applied to the food and therapeutics markets.

Founding Team

ANAT BINUR

CEO & Co-Founder

YANAY OFRAN

Chairman & Co-Founder 

Our Advisors

ANN M. VENEMAN

Former US Secretary of Agriculture

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DR. WESLEY A. BURKS

Stuart Bondurant Distinguished Professor

Dean and CEO UNC School of Medicine and UNC Health

PROF. RAANAN SHAMIR

Chairman, Institute of Gastroenterology, Nutrition and Liver Diseases, Schneider Children's Medical Center 

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BERNHARD VAN LENGERICH

Former Chief Science Officer & VP for Technology Strategy, General Mills

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DR. LYNDA SCHNEIDER

Director, Allergy Program
Boston Children’s Hospital

Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School

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DR. STEFANO GUANDALINI

Founder and Medical Director of the Celiac Disease Center at the University of Chicago

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DR. KARI NADEAU

Professor of Medicine 

Stanford University

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DR. EDWIN KIM

Associate Professor, University of North Carolina; Director UNC Food Allergy Initiative

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PEGGY OZIAS-AKINS

Director, Institute of Plant Breeding, Genetics and Genomics at the University of Georgia

Our Investors

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