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About Talaris Therapeutics
Talaris Therapeutics is developing a breakthrough, one-time cell therapy to enable patients who receive a living donor kidney transplant to no longer require lifelong immunosuppression, without rejecting their donated organ.
Achieving durable, drug-free immune tolerance to a donated organ has been referred to as a “Holy Grail” of organ transplant. In a ground-breaking, phase 2 study conducted between 2008 - 2016, our lead therapy, FCR001, enabled 70% of patients to be weaned off all immunosuppression within 12 months of their kidney transplant. No tolerized patient has had to resume immunosuppression. We have followed these patients for an average of almost five years since their transplant, and the longest for over ten years. Our single-dose cell therapy has also shown the potential to induce durable remission of certain types of severe auto-immune diseases, and to benefit other solid organ transplant patients. Talaris has announced a $100M private financing from leading life sciences investors and has initiated a Phase 3 pivotal trial of our therapy in living donor kidney transplant patients. We also expect to initiate two Phase 2 trials of our therapy in additional indications in 2020. Our cell processing facility and most of our operations are based in Louisville, KY, and we also have a corporate office in Boston, MA.
10 articles with Talaris Therapeutics
11/13/2020Biopharma and life sciences companies strengthen their leadership teams and boards with these Movers & Shakers.
Talaris Therapeutics Expands Leadership Team With Appointments of Accomplished Executives in Manufacturing, Portfolio Strategy and Clinical Operations
Talaris Therapeutics, Inc. , a privately held biotechnology company developing transformative cell therapies that have the potential to induce durable immune tolerance across a range of indications, today announced the expansion of its senior leadership team with the appointments of Michael Zdanowski as Chief Technology Officer, Farah Natoli as Head of Portfolio and Program Management and Mary West as Vice
11/10/2020Talaris Chief Executive Officer Scott Requadt sees FCR001, the company’s investigational cell therapy, as a potential pipeline in a product (an experimental treatment that could have multiple uses across a number of indications).
Proceeds to support ongoing Phase 3 registration trial of Talaris’ lead product candidate FCR001 in living donor kidney transplant, and additional Phase 2 trials next year in autoimmune disease and organ transplant
Talaris Therapeutics Announces Collaboration With Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates to Advance Preclinical Study of Tolerance Induction to Organs From Deceased Donors
Talaris Therapeutics, Inc. , a privately held biotechnology company developing transformative cell therapies that have the potential to induce durable immune tolerance across a range of indications, today announced a collaboration with Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates (KODA). KODA is an independent, non-profit organ and tissue procurement organization that facilitates deceased donor transplants throughout K
Talaris Therapeutics Announces First Patient Dosed in Phase 3 Clinical Trial of FCR001 in Living Donor Kidney Transplant Recipients
Talaris Therapeutics, Inc. , a privately held biotechnology company developing transformative cell therapies that have the potential to induce durable immune tolerance across a range of indications, today announced that the first patient has been dosed in the FREEDOM-1 Phase 3 clinical trial of FCR001 in living donor kid
FDA Approves Talaris Therapeutics’ IND for Its Allogeneic Cell Therapy FCR001 to Be Evaluated in Patients With a Severe Form of Scleroderma
Talaris Therapeutics, Inc. announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the company’s Investigational New Drug application for the evaluation of Talaris’ novel cell therapy FCR001 in the treatment of diffuse systemic sclerosis, a severe form of the rare autoimmune disease scleroderma.
Update on Talaris’ Phase 2 Study of FCR001 in Living Donor Kidney Transplant Recipients to be Presented at ATC Virtual Congress
Data reinforce potential of FCR001 to induce long-lasting immune tolerance to donated organ
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Talaris Therapeutics, Inc., a privately held biotechnology company developing transformative cell therapies that have the potential to eliminate the burden of chronic immunosuppression for organ transplant recipients, announced today that CEO Scott Requadt will present at the annual Cell & Gene Meeting on the Mesa to be held October 2-4 in Carlsbad, California.