Naked Biome

Naked Biome

Naked Biome is a microbiome-based therapeutics company founded in 2015 and headquartered in San Francisco, California making therapies to treat and prevent skin diseases and conditions.

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Naked Biome is a biotechnology and microbiome-based therapeutics company headquartered in San Francisco, California and founded by Emma Taylor in 2015. Naked Biome uses their own drug discoverydrug discovery genomics platform develop treatments for skin disease and conditions. The company identifies unique microbial signatures produced by harmful bacteria that is naturally present on the skin, causing acne or other health problems, and uses beneficial bacteria to get rid of the identified harmful bacteria. Their drug discovery platform is used to perform a genotype and phenotype analysis to identify functionally important genes that are capable of producing prospective drug candidates which can be used to treat acne or other skin conditions.

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Naked Biome is a biotechnology and microbiome-based therapeutics company headquartered in San FranciscoSan Francisco, California and founded by Emma Taylor in 2015. Naked Biome uses their own drug discovery genomics platform develop treatments for skin disease and conditions. The company identifies unique microbial signatures produced by harmful bacteria that is naturally present on the skin, causing acne or other health problems, and uses beneficial bacteria to get rid of the identified harmful bacteria. Their drug discovery platform is used to perform a genotype and phenotype analysis to identify functionally important genes that are capable of producing prospective drug candidates which can be used to treat acne or other skin conditions.

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Naked Biome is a biotechnology and microbiome-based therapeutics company headquartered in San Francisco, CaliforniaCalifornia and founded by Emma Taylor in 2015. Naked Biome uses their own drug discovery genomics platform develop treatments for skin disease and conditions. The company identifies unique microbial signatures produced by harmful bacteria that is naturally present on the skin, causing acne or other health problems, and uses beneficial bacteria to get rid of the identified harmful bacteria. Their drug discovery platform is used to perform a genotype and phenotype analysis to identify functionally important genes that are capable of producing prospective drug candidates which can be used to treat acne or other skin conditions.

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Naked Biome

Naked Biome is a microbiome-based therapeutics company launchingfounded in 2015 and headquartered in San Francisco, California making therapies to treat and prevent skin diseasediseases and conditions.

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Naked Biome is a biotechnology and microbiome-based therapeutics company headquartered in San Francisco, California and founded by Emma Taylor in 2015. Naked Biome uses their own drug discovery genomics platform develop treatments for skin disease and conditions. The company identifies unique microbial signatures produced by harmful bacteria that is naturally present on the skin, causing acne or other health problems, and uses beneficial bacteria to get rid of the identified harmful bacteria. Their drug discovery platform is used to perform a genotype and phenotype analysis to identify functionally important genes that are capable of producing prospective drug candidates which can be used to treat acne or other skin conditions.

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On April 5, 2017 Naked biome closed their seed funding round raising $5 million in funding from undisclosed investors. They plan on using this funding to pay for clinical proof-of-principle trials.

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Open Letter: Emma Taylor, CEO and Founder, Naked Biome

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Naked Biome is a microbiome-based therapeutics company launching therapies to treat and prevent skin disease.

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Daniel Nilson

Chief Microbiologist

David Hanzel

CSO

Emma Taylor

Co-founder and CEO

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Naked Biome is a microbiome-based therapeutics company founded in 2015 and headquartered in San Francisco, California making therapies to treat and prevent skin diseases and conditions.

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