Arthrogen is an Amsterdam based biopharmaceutical company developing local gene therapy for inflammatory diseases, using viral mediated gene transfer.
The therapeutic vectors are derived from natural occurring adeno-associated viruses (AAV) that are not pathogenic in humans.
It is Arthrogen’s vision that new gene therapies will contribute to the improvement of health of patients and to the reduction of healthcare cost.
'First cohort enrolled in trial with innovative gene therapy for arthritis.' Read the full article here.
Clinical trial ART-I02 phase Ib in NL now also open for patients with hand osteoarthritis. For more information visit proefpersoon.nl
During the BioEurope Spring held at the Rai 12-14 March, Arthrogen will be represented by Robert Jan Lamers (CEO) and Janneke Meulenberg (COO).
Arthrogen will be represented by Janneke Meulenberg (COO) and Ingrid de Vries (Research Technician) at the Cell Therapy Manufacturing & Gene Therapy Congress 6 – 7 December 2017 RAI, Amsterdam.
Robert Jan Lamers (CEO) will be present at Phacilitate Cell & Gene Therapy Europe 2017 in Berlin where Janneke Meulenberg, COO, will join the speaker panel.
Arthrogen's COO, Janneke Meulenberg, will present Wednesday September 13 a case study on: Production Platforms for RA Gene Therapy Applications at the'Cell and Gene Therapy Manufacturing' conference in London
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