The promise allogeneic NK cell and iPSC therapies hold

Cell and gene therapy developers are pursuing allogeneic approaches, which ideally could be produced in greater quantities and be available “off-the-shelf.” Those using natural killer (NK) cells and cells derived from induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) are creating buzz in the industry. Drs. Sarah Cooley, Stephen Gottschalk and Stephan Grupp offer their insights.

Martin Maiers is the Vice President of Innovation at the NMDP/Be The Match

HLA’s future impact on allogeneic cell therapy development

Allogeneic cell therapies are inherently complex. But they also hold the potential to scale to treat large segments of the population. Martin Maiers, MS, is the Vice President of Innovation at the National Marrow Donor Program® (NMDP)/Be The Match®. He and his team develop software and analytical methods used to predict factors that can impact…

Erin Rasch, Vice President of Sales and Business Development for Be The Match BioTherapies

Maintaining business continuity during COVID-19

Just like for all businesses, March 2020 began what would become months of uncharted territory for our Be The Match BioTherapies® team. Overnight, travel to visit with cell therapy partners and potential clients was grounded. Conferences where connections are made…canceled. Even team meetings that were once in person moved online. But through these challenges, resiliency…