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Histogenics Corp HSGX.OQ (NASDAQ Stock Exchange Capital Market)

2.37 USD
-0.06 (-2.47%)
As of 4:00 PM EDT
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Previous Close 2.43
Open 2.40
Volume 9,393
3m Avg Volume 14,902
Today’s High 2.44
Today’s Low 2.36
52 Week High 3.26
52 Week Low 1.61
Shares Outstanding (mil) 28.69
Market Capitalization (mil) 68.85
Forward P/E --
Dividend (Yield %) -- ( -- )

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1.60 Mean rating from 5 analysts

KEY STATS

Revenue (mm, USD)
FY18
0
FY17
0
FY16
0
FY15
0
EPS (USD)
FY18
-0.536
FY17
-1.004
FY16
-1.239
FY15
-2.420
*Note: Units in Millions of U.S. Dollars
**Note: Units in U.S. Dollars

KEY RATIOS

Price to Earnings (TTM)
vs sector
--
33.05
Price to Sales (TTM)
vs sector
--
8.10
Price to Book (MRQ)
vs sector
--
4.20
Price to Cash Flow (TTM)
vs sector
--
22.23
Total Debt to Equity (MRQ)
vs sector
--
17.32
LT Debt to Equity (MRQ)
vs sector
--
13.18
Return on Investment (TTM)
vs sector
-183.10
13.17
Return on Equity (TTM)
vs sector
--
15.10

EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP

Garheng Kong
Independent Chairman of the Board, Since 2012
Salary: --
Bonus: --
Adam Gridley
President, Chief Executive Officer, Director, Since 2014
Salary: $400,400.00
Bonus: $218,218.00
Jonathan Lieber
Chief Financial Officer, Since 2015
Salary: --
Bonus: --
Stephen Kennedy
Chief Operating Officer, Executive Vice President, Since 2017
Salary: $330,240.00
Bonus: $130,321.00
Susan Washer
Director, Since 2018
Salary: --
Bonus: --

COMPANY PROFILE

Sector: Healthcare
Industry: Pharmaceuticals
Address:

830 Winter St
WALTHAM   MA   02451-1477

Phone: +1781.4577900

Histogenics Corporation is a regenerative medicine company. The Company is focused on developing and commercializing products in the musculoskeletal segment of the marketplace. The Company's product candidate, NeoCart utilizes various aspects of regenerative medicine platform to develop a tissue implant intended to treat tissue injury in the field of orthopedics, specifically cartilage damage in the knee. NeoCart is a cartilage-like implant created using a patient's own cartilage cells through a series of tissue engineering processes. The patient's cells are separated from a tissue biopsy specimen extracted from the patient and multiplied in its laboratory. The cells are then infused into its scaffold that provides structure for the developing implant. Before NeoCart is implanted in a patient, the cell- and scaffold construct undergoes a bioengineering process in the Company's Tissue Engineering Processor (TEP). The Company has operations in the United States and Israel.

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