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Scaling up a gene therapy manufacturing facility is extremely complex and challenging. In this webinar, co-sponsored by Precision ADVANCE and Project Farma, a panel of industry experts discuss the strategies and challenges faced when building a cutting-edge gene therapy facility from the planning stages to build-out to operational readiness. They will also share key insights into their company’s approach to building these facilities and for mitigating risk under accelerated timelines.
How can stakeholders come together to address cell and gene therapy’s global talent gap? Do we have the right skills and capabilities in place to identify and develop the next generation of ATMPs?
Want to hear what life sciences leaders are doing to ensure diversity is deeply ingrained into the planning and execution of all clinical trials, leaving bias in the past? Don’t miss “Driving Diversity in Clinical Trials” at HLTH Boston 2021, moderated by Co-Founder and CEO of Precision Medicine Group Mark Clein Sunday, October 17, 3:10PM ET.
Attending the Cowen Inc. 10th Annual MedTools Conference this week? Project Farma (PF) EVP, John Khoury will be joining a panel of industry experts to speak on “Exploring the Complexities of Cell and Gene Therapy Development and Commercialization” Thursday, October 7, 10:10 – 11:05 AM ET.
It’s been almost a decade since the release of the first stunning data on a cell therapy that battled blood cancer by genetically altering a patient’s own white blood cells to attack it. Many years and billions of dollars in mergers and acquisitions later, CAR-T is still used mostly as a last resort. Could new clinical trials that are about to report out in full change that?
Panel Discussion sponsored by Precision ADVANCE
Tuesday, October 12, 7:15 – 8:45am PST | BlueRock Therapeutics Ballroom
Assays that measure neutralizing antibodies (NAb) have become an essential part of the development process for many gene therapeutics. When these NAb assays are used to determine eligibility for treatment, there are heightened regulatory concerns.
There is no doubt that the advanced therapies sector is growing at an exponential rate. According to a recently published 2021 Report by ARM (Alliance for Regenerative Medicine), the sector has raised $14.1B in financing in the first half of 2021 which is already 71% of what was raised in all of 2020. In addition, there are over 2,600 advance therapy clinical trials being conducted with 264 of those trails being Phase 3 trials and another 1,500 being Phase 2 trials.
Cell and gene therapies present tremendous clinical and humanistic opportunity to change the course of disease but also present several unique aspects that differ from more traditional therapies. These differences will impact how innovators develop evidence and manufacture and distribute products. Payers also need to adapt how they assess value, make coverage decisions, and manage reimbursement.
Building an advanced therapeutic manufacturing facility is complex and highly customized. In this webinar, a panel of industry experts discuss the challenges faced when building a cutting-edge cell therapy manufacturing facility from build-out to operational readiness and share key insights into their company’s approach to mitigating risk under accelerated timelines.