Our Impact
We address some of the most significant challenges faced by modern medicine.
Our Approach
We are an Asian biologics company developing treatments for patients worldwide.
Our Focus
We develop series of innovative drug candidates for oncology and inflammatory disorders.
Our People
Our global team ensures a truly holistic approach to drug development.
Our Aim
To provide patients with breakthrough, life-saving and quality improving treatments.
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Company

Evive Biotech is a global biologics company focused on oncology and inflammatory disorders. Developing a portfolio of novel therapies to deliver life-saving treatments for patients worldwide, we are devoted to being the leading Asian biologics company in advancing truly novel biologic products from pre-clinical studies to U.S. BLA submission and commercial launch.

Mission

Revolutionary remedies for a healthy and happy world.

Vision

Enabling access to new treatment options for patients in need of effective medical solutions. 

Values

Revolutionary

Brave

Collaborative

Passionate

Trustworthy

What’s Going On

Our innovative assets have recently achieved significant milestones, including the completion of F-627's global Phase III clinical trials, which met its primary and secondary endpoints, the BLA submission of F-627 to the US FDA, and the receipt of orphan drug designation from the US FDA for F-652. We are engaging with potential partners and the broader scientific community to share our successes and to ensure broad access to treatment options for patients.

U.S. FDA Accepts Biologics License Application for Ryzneuta™

Evive Biotech’s GMP Facility Receives Manufacture License of Pharmaceutical Products

Evive Biotech Submits Biologics License Application to US FDA for Ryzneuta™

Evive Biotech and Dr. Xiao Qiang Yan Form Joint Venture to Further Develop Bi-specific Antibody Platform ITab

Evive Biotech Announces First Patient Dosed in Phase 2 Study to Evaluate the Efficacy and Safety of F-652 in Patients with Moderate to Severe COVID-19

Mucosal Immunology Article Details IL-22’s Critical Role in Maturation of Certain Epithelial Cells