Immunovant, the poster child for the hot new biotech flotation vehicle, might soon go private again.
As several big pharma companies drop Parkinson’s projects, attention turns to gene therapies and repurposing diabetes drugs.
Early data could give clues about whether gene therapies from Sio, Passage Bio or Lysogene will come out on top in this rare inherited disease.
Our final look at upcoming catalysts sees data expected from Replimune, TCR2 Therapeutics, Anavex and more.
Data will soon show whether Avadel’s FT218 is more convenient than Jazz’s Xyrem, while Axovant will be looking for a dose response with its Parkinson’s gene therapy.
A big valuation at float is no guarantee of ongoing investor support, as a look at the sector’s biggest IPOs reveals.
Biontech and ADC Therapeutics are both heading towards substantial flotations, but it is hard to find evidence that bigger does better.