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Recent headlines suggest that the biotech industry as a whole is experiencing a downturn, yet in spite of this narrative the momentum for advanced therapies continues to persevere. Many companies in the cell and gene therapy space are dedicated to bringing these novel therapies to the patients who need them. In this article for PM360 Magazine, Precision’s Anshul Mangal explores the breakthroughs taking place in autologous cell therapies, non-viral delivery methods, and gene editing technologies that may improve patient access for life-saving treatments.
Cell & gene therapy advancement has increased at an immense rate over the past decade. With the right tools and guidance, patients can receive new forms of treatments. Staying up to date with progress in the field is as important as ever with the constant strive to improve technology, especially in areas like regulatory pathways, novel technologies, and CMC and manufacturing trends.
Sponsored by Precision ADVANCE, this Life Science Connect webinar will convene leading advanced therapy experts to discuss innovation and expectations for advanced therapies in 2023. This discussion will be moderated by Andy Kinley (VP of Innovation & Clinical Science, Precision for Medicine), and include insights from Peter Andersen (CSO, Vita Therapeutics), Deb Phippard (CSO, Precision for Medicine), Palani Palaniappan (CTO, Flagship Pioneering), Phil Cyr (SVP, Precision Value & Health), and Charlie Harper (VP, Project Farma).
Precision will be at this year’s Advanced Therapies Week from January 17-20, 2023, in Miami, FL. Connect with our team of experts throughout the event by attending the networking sessions, setting up a meeting with one of our team members, or joining us at the Advanced Therapies Awards.
Since the early 2000s, early economic models have been used by many developers as a best practice to maximize development through clinical trial design and commercial success. Early economic models are similar to HTA models in that they assess the direct and indirect costs and consequences of using a new therapy. Based off experience, early health economic models have been particularly useful in three major areas.
Ivar Jensen (VP, Precisionheor) is joined by Phil Cyr (SVP, Precision Value & Health) to provide insight on this in “Early Health Economic Models in Gene and Cell Therapy to Inform Clinical Trial Design and Optimize Commercialization Efforts“.
While chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapy has demonstrated its ability to produce responses in refractory tumors, many challenges remain with the therapies. Precision’s Phil Cyr discusses some of these challenges as well as questions and research that remain to be answered.
Read the full article here!
Regenerative medicines are evolving at breakneck speed—and every advance has far-reaching implications. To be effective in CGTx development, you also need to understand the current investment landscape, new and exciting technologies, and the latest progress in drug development, manufacturing, regulatory, and reimbursement.
Sponsored by Precision ADVANCE, this Endpoints webinar with convene leading advanced therapy experts to discuss how to be effective in CGTx development. This discussion will be moderated by Anshul Mangal (President, Project Farma & Precision ADVANCE), and include insights from Phil Cyr (EVP, Precision Value & Health), David Greenwald (VP of Business Development, Deerfield Management), Rajul Jain (Managing Director, Vida Ventures), Joseph La Barge (CEO, Apertura Gene Therapy), and Adrian Woolfson (Executive Chairman, President & Co-Founder, Replay Bio).
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).
Gene therapy continues to evolve rapidly – from the science to the regulatory requirements. To give you a greater perspective on recent developments, this panel discussion brings together gene therapy experts across assay development, regulatory submissions, and clinical trial strategy who will share observations from the front lines on a multitude of gene therapy and rare disease projects.
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.
There is a big need for therapeutic advancement in the rare disease community – however, public markets are stifling innovation and development for advanced medicines. This webinar, on Thursday, September 15th, will examine the current markets, their effect on the innovation in rare disease drug development, and what we can do to help.