We are a global clinical-stage bio-pharmaceutical company focused on developing, manufacturing and commercializing novel, locally administered therapies to improve surgical outcomes.

Our PLEX (Polymer-Lipid Encapsulation matriX) technology is a unique platform that is anchored in the surgical site to provide controlled and continuous delivery of medications.

Our product candidates are designed to locally deliver medications over a period of several days to several months in a controlled manner.  This allows surgeons to deliver medication right to the surgical site to improve patient outcomes in localized medical conditions such as: infection, pain, inflammation and cancer.

Our initial infection treatment targets are Surgical Site Infections (SSIs), the second most prevalent type of Healthcare Acquired Infections (HAIs). SSIs have substantial negative impact on patients’ clinical outcomes and also pose a significant healthcare system burden1.

We strive to reduce overall surgical infection rates, including infections due to antibiotic-resistant bacteria which the FDA defined as being one of the world’s most pressing public health problems².

Our strategy has two elements:

  • Development of our proprietary product pipeline
  • Collaborations with pharma companies to improve the local delivery of their medications


(1) Anderson DJ, Kaye KS, Classen D, et al. Strategies to prevent surgical site infections in acute care hospitals. Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol. 2014 Jun; 35(6): 605–627.
(2) FDA Consumer Health Information: Combating Antibiotic Resistance, updated November 2011


PolyPid’s PLEX targeted drug delivery platform enables localized, controlled, continuous release of medication over prolonged periods of time for better patient outcomes.

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Is designed to prevent the risk of surgical site infections in both bone and soft tissue through its cutting-edge, local, extended-release mechanism

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Comprised of antibiotic eluting ß tri-calcium phosphate (ßTCP) granules, designed for bone related infections applications.

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