Kazia Therapeutics Limited (ASX: KZA; NASDAQ: KZIA), an oncology-focused drug development company, is pleased to inform stakeholders that the GBM AGILE study in glioblastoma (NCT03970447) has opened at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto, Ontario. This marks the first Canadian site to open to paxalisib, and the first opportunity for Canadian patients to access the drug.
In this role, Dr. Friend will be responsible for overseeing the development and commercialization of Kazia's pipeline drug candidates, and for collaborating with clinicians and scientists to advance the company's research programs. Dr. Friend is based in New Jersey in the United States.
Kazia Therapeutics Limited (NASDAQ: KZIA; ASX: KZA), an oncology-focused drug development company, is pleased to announce that PNOC022 (NCT05009992), a multi-drug phase II study in DIPG and diffuse midline gliomas, has been initiated at the University of California, San Francisco, with the first patient successfully enrolled to the study.
Kazia Therapeutics Ltd's CEO Dr James Garner tells Proactive they've officially enrolled the first patient in its investigational cancer therapy trial. The oncology-focused drug development company licensed the cancer therapy, known as EVT801, from German biotech Evotec AG in April 2021. The phase one study will focus primarily on understanding the safety, tolerability and pharmacokinetics of EVT801 across a range of doses.
Kazia Therapeutics Limited (NASDAQ: KZIA; ASX: KZA), an oncology-focused drug development company, is pleased to announce that it has commenced enrolment to a phase I clinical trial of EVT801, an investigational cancer therapy that Kazia licensed from Evotec SE in April 2021.
Kazia Therapeutics is an oncology focused drug development company based in Sydney, Australia. In addition to Kazia’s lead programme, paxalisib, a brain-penetrant inhibitor of the PI3K/Akt/mTOR pathway developed to treat the most common form of brain cancer, the company is developing EVT-801, a small molecule inhibitor of VEGFR3. Preclinical data have shown EVT-801 to be active against a broad range of tumor types.
Kazia Therapeutics Ltd's Dr James Garner speaks with Proactive at the ASX Small and Mid Cap Conference. Its lead program is paxalisib, a brain-penetrant inhibitor of the PI3K / Akt / mTOR pathway, which is being developed to treat glioblastoma, the most common and most aggressive form of primary brain cancer in adults.
Kazia Therapeutics Limited (NASDAQ: KZIA; ASX: KZA), a leading drug development company in the field of brain cancer, today recognizes Glioblastoma (GBM) Awareness Day and calls for a greater focus on research from industry, academia, and government in order to better treat the disease.
Kazia Therapeutics (ASX:KZA) has entered into a worldwide exclusive licensing agreement and a master services agreement with European company Evotec SE for EVT801, a small molecule, first-in-class oncology drug candidate.
Three big moves in seven weeks; how Kazia is turbocharging biotech innovation
Kazia Therapeutics CEO James Garner is a very happy man. After securing the company's third key licence in seven weeks, he tells us about the why's and how's.
Kazia Therapeutic‘s chief executive says he could do with catching up on sleep after a “whirlwind” seven weeks in which the $185 million cancer-focused Sydney biotech completed three different cross-border licensing deals.
Kazia on Monday announced it had licensed global rights to a promising small molecule oncology drug candidate from Germany-based Evotec SE (FRA:EVT) for an upfront payment of €1 million ($1.6 million), plus contingent milestone payments of up to €308 million ($480 million).
Kazia Therapeutics (KZA) is an oncology-focused drug development company. Its drug candidates are designed to treat diseases which are poorly served by existing therapies. In this video, James Garner, CEO, highlights the company’s business model, newest drug asset and progress over the next year.
Our collaborator, Associate Professor Matt Dun talks about the new PNOC study in an article for the Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI).
We’re pleased to share a video interview with our CEO, Dr James Garner on Proactive Investors following the recent commencement of the GBM AGILE study, which will serve as the pivotal study for registration of our lead candidate, paxalisib.
Our CEO, Dr James Garner was recently interviewed on Ausbiz to discuss Kazia’s entitlement offer, with the company successfully completing the institutional component of the offer last week, which raised $16.4 million.
Our CEO, Dr James Garner recently conducted a video interview with Share Café following Kazia’s announcement of a collaboration with Dana-Farber Cancer Institute to investigate the use of paxalisib in primary central nervous system (CNS) lymphoma, a potential new indication for the drug.
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