About the Company
Ritter Pharmaceuticals, Inc. develops novel therapeutic products that modulate the human gut microbiome to treat gastrointestinal diseases. We are advancing human gut health research by exploring the metabolic capacity of the gut microbiota and translating the functionality of gut modulation into applications intended to have a meaningful impact on a patient’s health.
Ritter’s leadership team has extensive biotechnology expertise in discovering, developing and commercializing therapeutic products. We have attracted a scientific team comprised of innovative researchers who are world renowned in their knowledge and understanding of the host-microbiome. Combined, our expertise is leading the way in the understanding of the host gut microbiome and the discovery in novel microbiome modulators.
Our lead compound, RP-G28 is currently under development for the treatment of lactose intolerance. RP-G28 has the potential to become the first FDA-approved drug for the treatment of lactose intolerance, a debilitating disease that affects over 1 billion people worldwide. The product stimulates the growth of lactose-metabolizing bacteria in the colon, which reduces lactose-derived gas production, and thereby mitigates the symptoms of lactose intolerance in the process.
Ritter Pharmaceuticals Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2016 Financial Results and Provides Business Update
LOS ANGELES, CA–(Marketwired – Feb 27, 2017) – Ritter Pharmaceuticals, Inc. ( NASDAQ : RTTR ) (“Ritter Pharmaceuticals” or the “Company”), a leading developer of novel therapeutic products that modulate the human gut microbiome to treat gastrointestinal diseases, today...
Ritter Pharmaceuticals Announces Collaboration with University of British Columbia to Explore Development of Microbiome Therapeutics in Environmental Enteropathy
LOS ANGELES, CA–(Marketwired – Feb 13, 2017) – Ritter Pharmaceuticals, Inc. ( NASDAQ : RTTR ) (“Ritter Pharmaceuticals” or the “Company”), a developer of novel therapeutic products that modulate the human gut microbiome to treat gastrointestinal diseases, today announced...