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About Maze Therapeutics
Maze Therapeutics is translating novel genetic insights into lifesaving medicines, through an approach that integrates human genetics and functional genomics. Advances in these areas have enabled us to decode the mysteries of genetic modifiers in a range of severe diseases, which we aim to turn into medicines that mimic protective mutations.
What are genetic modifiers?
Despite an understanding of the genetic basis for many diseases, it remains a mystery why some people with a disease-causing mutation never get sick. This is often due to genes elsewhere in our DNA that affect the severity of disease and can provide a natural form of protection.
The Maze approach
Dramatic advances in human genetics and functional genomics now enable us to decode the mysteries of genetic modifiers in a range of severe diseases. Today, we believe we can systematically identify genetic modifiers and turn these insights into medicines. We have assembled a world-class team to realize this vision, including creative scientific pioneers, experienced company builders and biotech industry leaders.
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13 articles with Maze Therapeutics
3/26/2021Biopharma and life sciences companies strengthen their leadership teams and boards with these Movers & Shakers.
Maze Therapeutics Reveals Its Initial Three Lead Programs Targeting Underlying Genetic Drivers of Life-Threatening Diseases
Additional Novel Research Programs Advancing via COMPASS in Cardio/Renal, Cardiovascular, Neurology, Ophthalmic and Metabolic Diseases
Maze Therapeutics, a company translating genetic insights into new precision medicines, announced that Atul Dandekar, a successful business leader with nearly 25 years of pharmaceutical industry experience, has joined the Company as chief strategy officer.
Maze Therapeutics and Alloy Therapeutics Form Broadwing Bio to Develop Antibody Therapies for Genetically Validated Targets in Ophthalmic Diseases
Maze Therapeutics, a company focused on translating genetic insights into new medicines, and Alloy Therapeutics, a company developing platforms and services to enable drug discovery, today announced the formation of Broadwing Bio to develop targeted antibody therapies for the treatment of ophthalmic diseases
10/9/2020Biopharma and life sciences companies strengthen their leadership teams and boards with these Movers & Shakers.
Maze Therapeutics Expands Experienced Management Team with Appointment of Sarah Noonberg, M.D., Ph.D., as Chief Medical Officer
Maze Therapeutics, a company focused on translating genetic insights into new medicines, today announced that Sarah Noonberg, M.D., Ph.D., has been appointed as the company’s chief medical officer. Dr. Noonberg brings significant industry and clinical experience to Maze as the company works to advance its pipeline. “Sarah is an exceptional leader who has helped guide multiple companies through various sta
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Maze Therapeutics, a company focused on translating genetic insights into new medicines, announced that Jonathan Lim, M.D., founder and managing partner at City Hill Ventures, has joined the company’s board of directors.
Maze Therapeutics Appoints Drug Development Expert Richard Scheller, Ph.D., to its Board of Directors
Dr. Scheller was previously the head of therapeutics and chief scientific officer at 23andMe.
Maze Therapeutics, a company focused on translating genetic insights into new medicines, today announced that Jason Coloma, Ph.D., Maze’s current chief operating officer, has been appointed as chief executive officer.
Maze Therapeutics Launches with $191 Million to Focus on Translating Genetic Insights into New Medicines
Third Rock Ventures announced the launch of Maze Therapeutics, a company focused on translating genetic insights into new medicines.
The company will focus on what are dubbed modifier genes. Essentially, two people with the same disease-causing genetic mutations often show varying degrees of illness, or in some cases, none at all.