Sarah Haecker Meeks and David Venables enjoyed the sun in San Diego earlier this month for the annual ARM Cell & Gene Meeting on the Mesa. Nearly 1000 senior executives, key decision makers and scientists congregated to share recent developments and advance cutting edge research in cell and gene therapy. This year’s conference saw a noticeable uptick in interest in next generation gene medicines and strategies to improve current products in development.
Sarah Haecker Meeks presents at Mesa
As part of the company presentations, Sarah Haecker Meeks discussed some recent advancements in Synpromics’ synthetic promoter development and PromPT® technology. There was a great deal of interest in the Synpromics’ small molecule inducible promoter system and some key discussions around the critical need for optimisation of the expression cassette to maximise the effectiveness of synthetic promoters. You can watch Sarah’s presentation below or view her slides.
Whilst in California, Synpromics made the most of the outdoor partnering set up with back to back meetings. Synpromics’ technology is already being utilised across the industry with a number of key partnerships, if you’d like to find out more about PromPT or partnering with Synpromics, get in touch.