Results of a new research effort opening a door to the improved treatment of psoriasis and multiple sclerosis performed with Symbionyx Pharmaceuticals, Inc. are collaboratively published in the Biochem Biophys Res Communications.
The anti-aging effects of healthy hypodermis and the transbuccal route of anti-aging actives delivery are the two main axes of internal research at Sunny BioDiscovery. This month our newest findings have
been published in the Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, and in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology (for details see our Science page). Because fat matters!
Results of a research project performed for Sytheon are collaboratively published in the European Journal of Dermatology.
A collaborative effort led by a team from the Medical University of Gdansk, Poland results in a publication in the prestigious European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry.
Sunny BioDiscovery co-sponsors the 1st concert of the year 2020 series at the SPUUC: "The Taste of Traditional Chinese Music" by the Thousand Oaks Chinese Folk Music Ensemble.
Dr. Krys Bojanowski gives a lecture on the SBD research into facial regeneration through the transbuccal delivery of actives during the 73rd Annual Meeting of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists in New York.
Dr. Krys Bojanowski is requested by the NIH to participate in a review panel for innovative projects addressing rare skin diseases.
Results of a research project performed for Sytheon are collaboratively published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology.
Results of a research project performed for Genervon are collaboratively published in Translational Neurodegeneration
Sunny BioDiscovery supports a science field trip of 7th graders from Saint Augustine Academy in Ventura to the Anacapa Island, Channel National Park.
A research collaboration between Sunny BioDiscovery and Sytheon results in a new peer reviewed publication on isosorbite dicaprilate in the Int J Cosmet Sci.
Dr. Krys Bojanowski is again requested by the NIH to participate in a review panel for innovative projects addressing skin diseases.
The results of an NIH-sponsored collaborative project lead by Sunny BioDiscovery resulting in the discovery of a new retinoid analogue for skin regeneration is accepted for publication in Clinical & Experimental Dermatology (United