Formed in 2019, The Amyloidosis Forum has been developed through a public-private partnership between the Amyloidosis Research Consortium (ARC) and the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The overarching goal of the Forum is to optimize innovation and accelerate the advancement of new therapeutics by addressing scientific gaps and needs through the conduct of mutually beneficial scientific activities in the precompetitive domain that aid in the scientific evaluation of the efficacy and safety of new therapies.
Advancing Drug Development in ATTR Amyloidosis in an Evolving Treatment Landscape
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Wednesday, June 21st, 2023
8 A.M. – 4:30 P.M. ET (expected)
In-Person: FDA White Oak Campus, Silver Spring MD
The first generation of drug approvals in ATTR amyloidosis has reshaped the research landscape creating the need to reconsider how to effectively design trials against a backdrop of treatments that slow progression of the disease. This Forum meeting will set the stage by sharing the advancements, evaluating the impact and unmet needs that currently exist, and identifying key initiatives with the aim of leveraging cross-stakeholder resources to collaboratively act on field-shaping priorities.