Avidea is leveraging innovations in polymer-drug conjugate (PDC) technologies to develop safer and more effective immunotherapies for treating cancer, autoimmunity and infectious diseases.
Avidea’s polymer-drug conjugate (PDC) platforms overcome key hurdles for enabling successful immunotherapies.
Our team is building on more than two decades of pioneering work by our world-class scientific founders and advisors who are experts in immunology, oncology, vaccines and biomaterials.
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Scientific principles underlying technology platforms
In vivo characterization of the physicochemical properties of polymers-linked TLR agonists that enhance vaccine immunogenicity.
Description of SNAPvax as a platform for promoting T cell immunity
Peptide-TLR-7/8a conjugate vaccines chemically programmed for nanoparticle self-assembly enhance CD8 T-cell immunity to tumor antigens.
Immunological mechanisms for enhanced efficacy by intravenous vaccination
Intravenous nanoparticle vaccination generates stem-like TCF1+ neoantigen-specific CD8+ T cells.
Avidea CEO to present updates on SNAPvax programs at the Vaccines R&D meeting in Baltimore on November 2nd and at the Festival of Biologics in Basel, Switzerland on November 10th.
Avidea Expands Scientific Advisory Board with Appointment of Prof. Dan Barouch, MD, PhD
Avidea’s SNAPvaxTM Tolerance Vaccine Program Boosted by SAB Appointments and Encouraging Preclinical Data