PaxMedica is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on developing innovative treatments for unmet needs in neurodevelopmental disorders.
Our lead programs are focused on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Autism Spectrum Disorders are characterized by extreme versions of the processes that govern the ability to (1) focus attention, and (2) filter out sensory input. While these often bring with them a wide range of special abilities — including the ability to hyperfocus on specific tasks — they also can make normal everyday interactions and activities more challenging, not only for people with autism, but also for those around them, beginning with their families.
PaxMedica’s lead product in development may help eliminate, reduce, or modulate some of the more troublesome aspects of these processes. That opens the potential for people with autism to integrate their behavior with others more successfully and improve their lives. And that would be a significant advance for them and everyone they touch — families, friends, and the larger world around them.
We are building a robust pipeline of products targeting Autism Spectrum Disorder and related neurodevelopmental conditions.Learn More
We have committed to developing innovative treatments for some of the world’s most challenging neurodevelopmental conditions.
Study has been approved by the South African Health Authority for individuals with documented COVID-19 infections who develop debilitating physical and neuropsychiatric symptoms that persist for...
David Hough, MD, CMO of PaxMedica will present trial results at the upcoming AACAP Annual Meeting during the “Research Pipeline: New Findings on Diagnostics and Therapeutics” program...
PAX-101 demonstrated sustained improvements over placebo in the trial’s primary and several secondary endpoints and a favorable safety and tolerability profile
1. Behavior Checklist for identifying severely handicapped individuals with high levels of autistic behavior
2. Autism Statistics and Facts
3. The Emergence of Autism Symptoms Prior to 18 Months of Age: A Systematic Literature Review