BIOSIMILAR DEVELOPMENT – Biosimilars: The Process & Quality System Approach to Clinical Applications
Kaiser Aziz, PhD, addresses biosimilar developments and future innovations with an emphasis placed on quality system approaches to the development and availability of new biosimilar products.
For each participating company, this section presents a detailed summary highlighting their core technologies, capabilities, technologies, and services.
PLATFORM TECHNOLOGY – Overcoming the Challenges of Drug Brain Delivery With a Novel Brain Delivery Vector
Mei Mei Tian, PhD, explains how the xB3 platform has the potential to support development of treatments for CNS diseases that can treat thousands of patients in the years ahead.
Jeffrey Wolf, MBA, JD, says while most vaccines in development are targeted to protect healthy people, few are focusing on those who are most at risk – seniors and those with co-morbidities like heart failure, obesity, or type 2 diabetes.
PLATFORM TECHNOLOGY – Morphomer(TM) & SupraAntigen(TM) Platforms: Targeting Misfolded Proteins in Neurodegenerative Disorders
Andrea Pfeifer, PhD, details the efforts to develop the therapeutic and diagnostic tools necessary to enable precision medicine approaches targeting the right protein, at the right time, in the right patient.
EXECUTIVE INTERVIEW – Immunic Therapeutics: Developing Next-Generation Oral Drugs in Chronic Inflammatory, Autoimmune & Infectious Diseases
Daniel Vitt, PhD, Immunic’s Chief Executive Officer and President, discusses his company’s pipeline of selective, small molecule therapies aimed at treating chronic inflammatory and autoimmune diseases, and its recent progress.
Dr. Rajiv Khosla, CEO of Enteris BioPharma, discusses how his company’s innovative oral formulation technology is helping the pharmaceutical industry overcome the hurdle of low bioavailability to reshape treatment categories and expand market opportunities with minimal financial and regulatory risks.
Mark Behlke, MD, PhD, says gene editing raises legitimate questions and fears about possible risks and misuse, and given the relative technical ease and low cost of CRISPR gene editing, this is likely to find widespread use in both medicine and agriculture.
John S. Vrettos, PhD, says numerous technologies are currently in development that are designed to enable the oral delivery of peptides. Though each has its unique set of properties and capabilities, all must overcome key obstacles to successfully deliver peptides via the oral route.
Nora Khaldi, PhD, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Nuritas, discusses the company’s innovative approach to accelerating the discovery of novel therapeutic peptides that address unmet patient needs in multiple disease areas.
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