discovering new anti-infectives
through deep phenotypic insights and machine learning
The "silent pandemic" is no longer silent.
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) leading to drug-resistant infections is now a recognized and growing global health crisis. The limited pipeline of new drugs to treat the increase in drug resistant infections is a significant global concern.
Discovering new classes of anti-infectives to overcome drug resistant infections.
Our machine learning (ML)-based imaging platform for anti-infective drug discovery enables rapid and highly efficient identification of compounds with new and unexploited mechanisms of action at the very outset of the discovery process.
Our combined expertise, cutting edge technologies and novel workflows enable a rapid and early understanding of a compound’s mechanism of action, the potential addressable target product profile, and clinical utility based on deep analysis of cell behavior.Explore Platform
Delivering new classes of anti-infectives.
ArrePath is applying its technology platform to develop a pipeline of new classes of antibiotics,
targeting unexploited and under-exploited mechanisms of action, to address unmet clinical need and overcome drug resistance.
Recent News and Updates
ArrePath is looking forward to taking part in BioInfect 2023 on February 1, 202301-27-2023
ArrePath today announced that it has appointed two new members to its Scientific Advisory Board (SAB): Connor Coley, PhD, Henri Slezynger (1957) Career Development Assistant Professor in Chemical Engineering at MIT, and Paul Hergenrother, PhD, Kenneth L. Rinehart Jr. Endowed Chair in Natural Products Chemistry, and Professor of Chemistry at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.11-18-2022
ArrePath is presenting at MassBio Innovation Week, December 6, 202211-10-2022