Novartis Gene Therapies
2275 Half Day Road, Suite 200
About Novartis Gene Therapies
Since 2013, Novartis Gene Therapies (formerly AveXis) has had one focus: bringing change to those devastated by genetic diseases.
The Novartis Gene Therapies culture embraces this mission. As a compassionate and dedicated team, we are enthusiastic about the science behind our work and finding answers to difficult questions. We are dedicated to communities affected by rare diseases, and these patients and families are the motivation for everything we do.
We have built a team with exceptional depth of experience, unified by a common vision; to develop gene therapies with the potential to positively impact the lives of the patients and families devastated by rare and life-threatening neurological genetic diseases. Though we are proud of what we have achieved to date, we remain relentlessly focused on making that vision a reality.
With cutting-edge technology, we are making progress in the treatment of rare and life-threatening neurological genetic diseases. Our initial gene therapy for spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) has been approved in the U.S., Japan, EU and Brazil.
We are headquartered in Bannockburn, IL with another location in Deerfield, IL. Our manufacturing facilities are located in Libertyville, IL, Durham, NC and Longmont, CO. Our research site is located in San Diego, CA. The European headquarters is located in Zurich, Switzerland and Novartis Pharma K.K. (“Novartis Pharma”) is located in Tokyo, Japan.
Stock Symbol: NVS
Stock Exchange: NYSE
96 articles with Novartis Gene Therapies
AveXis Announces Plan To Initiate Pivotal Trial Of AVXS-101 In SMA Type 1 Using Product From New GMP Commercial Process
AveXis Announces Completed Enrollment Of Phase I Clinical Trial For AVXS-101 In Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type 1
AveXis Gains Orphan Drug Designation From European Medicines Agency For Gene Therapy Treatment In Spinal Muscular Atrophy
REGENX Biosciences, LLC And AveXis Enter Into Exclusive License Agreement For The Development Of Treatments For Spinal Muscular Atrophy Using NAV® rAAV9 Vectors