Since its incorporation in 2007, Celyad has built strong collaborations with keynote international academic and industrial players to leverage the full therapeutic potential of its technological platforms. Whether the innovation is originated from academia or a biotechnology company, we will run our process and provide you with a quick, clear and transparent evaluation. If your proposal is selected and successfully go through the typical business agreement negotiation, our team, together with you, will do all possible to help your discovery harness its full potential.
Novartis provides innovative healthcare solutions that address the evolving needs of patients and societies. Headquartered in Basel, Switzerland, Novartis offers a diversified portfolio to best meet these needs: innovative medicines, cost-saving generic and biosimilar pharmaceuticals and eye care. Novartis has leading positions globally in each of these areas.
In 2016, the Group achieved net sales of USD 48.5 billion, while R&D throughout the Group amounted to approximately USD 9.0 billion. Novartis Group companies employ approximately 118,000 full-time-equivalent associates. Novartis products are sold in approximately 155 countries around the world.
For more information about Celyad's partnership with Novartis, please read our press release
“We are extremely proud of everything that the OnCyte team has accomplished to date. The product candidates they have developed could have a tremendous impact on the field of immuno-oncology, and we believe that Celyad is the optimal partner to lead the further advancement of this groundbreaking technology. Celyad possesses the right scientific, manufacturing, and clinical expertise to continue developing these therapies and to realize their full potential.”
Dr. Jake Reder, Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Celdara Medical
For more information about Celyad's partnership with Celdara Medical, please read our press release
The Chimeric Antigen Receptor (CAR) technology developed by OnCyte uses human Natural Killer cell (NK cell) receptors which, unlike traditional CAR technologies, have the potential to target a broad range of liquid and solid cancers via a human natural receptor that targets ligands present on most tumor types. The research underlying this technology was originally conducted by Dartmouth College Professor Charles Sentman, and has been published in numerous peer-reviewed publications such as Journal of Immunology, Cancer Research and Blood.