We empower each other first and foremost through education.
Novel advanced medicines can cure serious diseases where drugs are unable to do so.
Many of these advanced medicines are personalized genetic medicines, made from a patient’s own cells, genetically-modified to treat the disease.
Patient cells are removed, modified with a vector expressing a therapeutic gene, and then reinfused back to the patient.
While curative in many cases, patient-specific genetic medicines are more costly to produce than drugs.
Our goal is to accelerate the development of advanced medicines and improve access by supporting lower-cost manufacturing at the place-of-care, including marginalized and impoverished communities throughout the world.
We believe cures should be universally available for the lowest possible cost that is sustainable.
Through education and collaboration, we can overcome the challenge together.
At our events you’ll learn about:
- Cutting edge research from the investigators that are leading the development of advanced medicinal cures
- How advanced medicines can cure some serious diseases and why more research is needed to cure others.
- Technology education on the science behind CAR-T cells and other advanced medicines
- How some hospitals are making their own advanced medicines like CAR-T cells with excellent clinical results.
- How to manufacture advanced medicines at place-of-care with informative educational videos.
- How some are impacting advanced medicinal cure access in marginalized or impoverished communities.
- How some are supporting the development of cures with innovative funding models.
Our educational events:
Talks from investigators about their work on developing advanced medicines.
Presentations on the latest research on advanced medicines and related topics..
Educational talks and videos on how advanced medicines are made, and the science behind them.
Panels that discuss how to expand access to advanced medicines around the world, and workshops that examine how to advance impact engineering and science.