BioLabMart Inc. Announces Company Name Change to Qrons Inc.
“Qrons Inc. more accurately reflects the nature of our research of dealing with the treatment of neuro-degenerative diseases and neuronal injuries,” commented Jonah Meer and Ido Merfeld, co-founders and Chief Executive Officer and President, respectively, of the Company.
The Company’s common stock traded under stock symbol “BLBM” on OTC PINK until market close on August 9, 2017. Trading on the OTC PINK under the new Qrons Inc. name and ticker symbol “QRON” began at market open on August 10, 2017.
With the name change complete the Company is also arranging for application to make its shares DTC eligible.
The Company’s new website under development will become www.qrons.com.
About the Company
Headquartered in Miami Florida, Qrons Inc. (“The Company”) is a start-up preclinical stage biotechnology company engaged in developing solutions to combat neuro-degenerative diseases and neuronal injuries. The Company is working to develop a novel stem cell system to repair and regenerate neuronal damage. The system incorporates what the Company believes to be unique stem cell treatments, cell modifications and a novel delivery system. The Company’s preliminary focus is on traumatic brain injury (TBI), although it believes such solutions may be effective in dealing with Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s and Alzheimer’s disease. The Company entered into a license and research funding agreement (“License Agreement”) with Ariel University R&D Co., Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Ariel University of Samaria, based in Ariel, Israel. Under the terms of the License Agreement, Professor Danny Baranes, the principal investigator and his research team will carry out further research relating to cell treatment with conditioned medium for neuronal tissue regeneration and repair. In consideration for payments under the License Agreement, the Company received an exclusive worldwide royalty- bearing license in Ariel patents and know-how to develop and commercialize products based on or incorporating conditioned medium for neuronal tissue regeneration and/or repair, resulting from Ariel’s research or technology or the Company’s research funding.
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