Cartherics’ Director of IP & Licensing, Telma Mantas recently attended the ACI’s 21st Advanced Summit on Life Sciences Patents in New York City. The summit provided the opportunity to engage in face-to-face discussions with leading stakeholders on the best practices to enhance global protections for patent portfolios. Now more than ever in these increasingly […]
Melbourne, Australia, 28 April 2023 – Cartherics Pty Ltd (“Cartherics”), a biotechnology company developing immune cell therapies for the treatment of cancer, announced today that it has granted Shunxi Holding Group Co Ltd (“Shunxi”) a licence to develop, manufacture and commercialise Cartherics’ autologous CAR-T cell product, CTH-004, for the treatment of multiple solid tumours including […]
Cartherics is hosting a White Shirt Day lunch on 8th May to help raise funds and awareness for ovarian cancer. The White Shirt Campaign officially launches on April 11th and culminates on White Shirt Day (8 May) – World Ovarian Cancer Day.
The campaign is a 15-year partnership between the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation (OCRF) […]
Cartherics will be presenting at the ThymOZ 2023 International Conference on T Cells to be held from 22 -26 March at Heron Island in Queensland, Australia. The conference covers a broad range of topics including T cell differentiation and function, stromal cell biology, immunotherapy and tissue regeneration.
Rachelle Duffin, PhD Candidate at Cartherics will be presenting […]
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and Cartherics Announce Collaboration to Develop Autologous CAR-T Cell Therapy for Ovarian Cancer
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 27 February 2023
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre (“Peter Mac”) and Cartherics Pty Ltd (“Cartherics”) announced today they have entered into a Collaborative Development Program Agreement (CDPA) to develop Cartherics’ proprietary autologous CAR-T cell therapy (CTH-004) for the treatment of ovarian cancer.
The clinical trial to be conducted by Peter Mac will be the first […]
Cartherics is delighted to be hosting a Teal Tea this February to raise awareness and funds for people affected by ovarian cancer.
Ovarian Cancer Australia’s Teal Ribbon Day is an initiative that aims to start conversations that change lives. It will increase awareness of the disease and help raise funds to support people affected by […]
Cartherics is delighted to announce that Saleh Almasabi has successfully completed his PhD Candidature.
Saleh’s research thesis, ‘The role of integrin linked kinase in senescence and immunosuppressive tumor microenvironment in colon cancer’, identified that integrin-linked kinase (ILK) is associated with cancer prognosis and characterises the immunosuppressive tumor microenvironment. These findings suggest possible clinical avenues of targeting […]
Melbourne, Australia, 09 January 2023 – Cartherics Pty Ltd (“Cartherics”), a biotechnology company developing immune cell therapies for the treatment of cancer, announced today that it has been granted Chinese patent ZL 201680069543.6, entitled “Genetically modified cells and uses thereof”. This patent is part of the family represented by the international patent filing WO2017088012.
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and Cartherics Announce Collaboration to Develop Autologous CAR-T Cell Therapy for Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia – 08 November 2022
The Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre (“Peter Mac”) and Cartherics Pty Ltd (“Cartherics”) announced today they have entered into a Collaborative Development Program Agreement (CDPA) to develop Cartherics’ proprietary autologous CAR-T cell therapy (CTH-001) for the treatment of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (CTCL).
“Patients with advanced stages of cutaneous T-cell lymphomas often […]
Cartherics is delighted to be participating in Frocktober – Australia’s most fashionable month-long fundraiser to raise awareness and funds for vital ovarian cancer research through the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation (OCRF).
Ovarian cancer is Australia’s most lethal gynaecological cancer, taking more than 1,000 lives each year. With a five-year survival rate of only 48%, there […]