Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products (ATMPs) have emerged as a novel class of biological products offering huge potential for the treatment of cancer and rare diseases where limited or no alternative treatment options exist. ATMPs have already demonstrated outstanding results in treatment in patients with B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL), melanoma and rare inherited disorders such as treatment of children with spinal muscular atrophy and patients with vision loss due to inherited retinal dystrophy. ATMPs provide life-changing benefits to patients and their families.
These innovative products are based on somatic cells, tissue-engineered products, gene therapies, and a combination of a medical device that embedded a cell or tissue components.
ATMPs is a fast-growing area of novel and complex products still at its early stage of development. Despite the unique possibilities that these products illustrate, there are some key challenges associated with the development of these innovative and promising therapies, including regulatory, scientific, manufacturing and commercialization ones.
On 25th Sep 2020 notable experts from PharmaLex Group will discuss the most current challenges and future perspectives of ATMPs. The workshop, which is organized by PharmaLex and Biotech Atelier will include topics on: non-clinical and CMC challenges with real-life case studies, marketability of ATMPs, industry perspectives, and market access and reimbursement challenges.
All times are in Eastern European Summer Time (EEST) / UTC +3