Sponsored by Precision ADVANCE, this Endpoints webinar with convene leading advanced therapy experts to discuss manufacturing strategies for next-generation medicines. This discussion will be moderated by Adam Pfeiffer (VP of Strategy, Project Farma), and include insights from Charlie Harper (VP, Project Farma), Brian Stamper (VP of Cell Therapy Operations, Immunomic Therapeutics Inc.), Jim Watson (VP, Project Farma), Brian Riley (Chief Manufacturing Officer, Beam Therapeutics), and Chad Salisbury (SVP, Project Farma).
At this years Meeting on the Mesa’s conference, Anshul Mangal: President (Precision ADVANCE and Project Farma) sat down with leading industry experts to discuss the future of cell and gene therapies.
As payers began to deal with increased costs in 2021 due to deferred care during the COVID-19 pandemic, they still continued to grapple with the prospect of the impact of future gene therapies’ cost, according to industry experts. Precision’s Phil Cyr (SVP) and Erin Lopata (VP, Access Experience Team) weigh in on new ways to pay for the potential flood of gene therapies for rare diseases brewing in the pipeline.
This panel discussion, at ARM’s 2022 Meeting on the Med conference, focused on the sector’s continued success and challenges that lie ahead in research and development, manufacturing, regulatory, pricing, and reimbursement. Watch our panel of industry experts discuss the future of advanced medicines with emerging technologies like gene editing, non-viral delivery methods, and allogeneic cell therapies.
Commercial viability for cell and gene therapy requires the right approach to manufacturing. This webinar, sponsored by Project Farma and Precision ADVANCE addressed public market trends and their impact on the decision to manufacture cell and gene therapies internally or with an external supplier such as a CDMO. Our panel of experts discussed their organizations’ pipeline, the advanced therapy investment landscape, and the regulatory, manufacturing, and commercial requirements for successfully bringing an advanced therapy to market.
If a genetic therapy was created to cure sickle cell disease, how might this affect the productivity and earnings of an individual with the disease? How might this change also affect wider economic disparities? PRECISIONheor’s Marlon Graf (Senior Research Economist), Rifat Tuly (Research Scientist), and Jeff Sullivan (Senior Director) recently constructed a model to answer these impactful questions.
Precision will be at this year’s BIO International Convention from June 13 – 16 in San Diego, California. Connect with our team of experts throughout the event by joining our expert session, meeting our team at the booth, or attending our private Cell & Gene reception co-hosted by Precision ADVANCE and the Alliance for Regenerative Medicine (ARM).
The advanced therapies sector is growing exponentially. The Alliance for Regenerative Medicine (ARM) reports that the sector raised $23.1 billion in 2021 – a 16% year-over-year increase. That figure includes $1.9 billion in private financing and $9.8 billion in venture funding.