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Astellas pharma signs a pharma alliance with Harvard Medical School

Posted on 15 October 2014

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Astellas Pharma announced a pharma alliance with an investigator at Harvard Medical School focused on discovering the pathologic mechanism for retinitis pigmentosa and identification of new therapeutic targets.

Astellas and Harvard will work with the aim to provide a new treatment option with a view of a gene therapy, to retinitis pigmentosa patients who have difficulty maintaining good vision.

This collaborative research will be led by Constance L. Cepko, Ph. D., Professor of Genetics and of Ophthalmology at Harvard, who is also an investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and is a world-renowned authority on ophthalmology and gene therapy.

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