Paris-based Ipsen inked a licensing deal with Sweden’s IRLAB for mesdopetam, a potential drug for Parkinson’s disease.
Sanofi is halting a pivotal Phase II/III kidney disease trial for venglustat, a novel molecule designed to slow disease progression by inhibiting abnormal accumulation of glycosphingolipids.
Determined to take the company’s next-generation engineered cell therapies to the next level, BlueRock Therapeutics is teaming up with Senti Biosciences with futuristic medicines in mind.
Shanghai, China-based SciNeuro Pharmaceuticals and U.S.-based Eli Lilly inked an exclusive license deal to develop and commercialize alpha-synuclein targeted antibody treatments in Greater China
RNAi-focused Atalanta Therapeutics launched with $110 million in combined Series A funding and collaboration deals with Genentech and Biogen to address diseases related to the central nervous system, including Huntington’s, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases.
Shares of Voyager Therapeutics were down more than 10 percent in trading on Dec. 23 after the company announced the U.S. Food and Drug Administration placed a clinical hold on an experimental gene therapy for Parkinson’s disease.
Clene Nanomedicine is trying to set a new “gold standard” in neurodegenerative diseases through the development of a new class of drugs called bioenergetic nanotherapeutics that harnesses the properties of gold nanocrystals.
Cerevel Therapeutics began trading on the Nasdaq.
Bayer is making a big bet on gene therapy with the acquisition of North Carolina-based Asklepios BioPharmaceutical (AskBio).
Biogen reported the company’s Q3 2020 financial results and stated that R&D would be halted on the experimental multiple sclerosis drug opicinumab.