Prof. Renfeng Guo co-founded InflaRx in 2007. Since its inception, he has headed scientific development at InflaRx as the full-time CSO. Prof. Guo leverages his expertise in antibody research and inflammation, bringing together a highly effectual research team for drug development to build a focused pipeline based on cutting-edge technology. His early research led to the discovery of InflaRx’s leading drug, vilobelimab. He continues to be the driving force for the development of other pipeline drugs as well as a key inventor for InflaRx’s intellectual property portfolio. Prof. Guo received his M.D. degree from Norman Bethune Medical School in China and conducted post-doctoral research in the laboratory of Prof. Peter Ward at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. After stints as a junior and senior faculty member beginning in 2001 at the University of Michigan, he is currently an Adjunct Research Associate Professor. Prof. Guo has over 80 high-impact, peer reviewed publications in the fields of cancer, infectious disease, and inflammation research.