Marker Therapeutics to Participate in Virtual Roundtable with Key Opinion Leaders to Discuss Clinical Landscape of CAR-T Cell Therapies on August 9, 2023
This discussion aims to bring together distinguished experts in the cell therapy arena to exchange ideas on current treatment options and challenges, and deliberate on the future direction of immunotherapies. During the one hour virtual event, featured panelists will provide an overview and discuss the limitations of CAR-T cell therapies. Panelists will also highlight the potential impact and unique merits of the multiple tumor-associated antigen (multiTAA) targeted therapy Marker is developing in comparison to single antigen targeted therapies.
The event will feature renowned experts in the cancer field, whose contributions have significantly shaped the immuno-oncology research and broader healthcare environment:
Helen E. Heslop, M.D., DSC, Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics and Director of the Center for Cell and Gene Therapyat Baylor College of Medicine, Houston Methodist Hospital, and Texas Children’s Hospital. Malcolm K. Brenner, M.D., Ph.D., Founding Director of the Center for Cell and Gene Therapyand Fayez Sarofim Distinguished Service Professor at Baylor College of Medicinein the Departments of Medicine, Pediatrics, and Human and Molecular Genetics. Juan F. Vera, M.D., President and Chief Executive Officer, Marker Therapeutics Mark W. Frohlich, M.D., Chief Executive Officer, Indapta Therapeutics
The extensive knowledge and unique perspectives of the panelists promises a profound and impactful discussion.
Virtual Webcast Agenda
CAR-T CELLS AN OVERVIEW OF THE CURRENT LANDSCAPE
BEYOND CAR-T CELL THERAPY
The roundtable discussion will be accessible online, allowing participants worldwide to join and take part in this crucial dialogue. To attend the roundtable discussion, please register at:
The archived webcast will be available in the Investors section of the Company’s website for replay following the event.
About multiTAA-specific T cells
The multi-tumor associated antigen (multiTAA)-specific T cell platform is a novel, non-genetically modified cell therapy approach that selectively expands tumor-specific T cells from a patient's/donor’s blood capable of recognizing a broad range of tumor antigens. Clinical trials that enrolled more than 180 patients with various hematological malignancies and solid tumors showed that autologous and allogeneic multiTAA-specific T cell products were well tolerated and demonstrated durable clinical responses, and consistent epitope spreading. The latter is typically not observed with other T cell therapies and enables the potential contribution to a lasting anti-tumor effect. Unlike other cell therapies which require hospitalization and close monitoring, multiTAA-specific T cells are designed to be administered in an outpatient setting.
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