MONTPELLIER, France--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Regulatory News:
Sensorion (FR0012596468 – ALSEN) (Paris:ALSEN) a pioneering clinical-stage biotechnology company which specializes in the development of novel therapies to restore, treat and prevent within the field of hearing loss disorders, is pleased to announce Sensorion’s participation, in-person, in the Inner Ear Biology Workshop, taking place on September 10-13, 2022, in Trieste, Italy.
Christophe Tran Van Ba, MSc., Preclinical Scientist at Sensorion, will present, in-person, the following posters:
- “SENS-401 Local Exposure is not altered by severe acoustic trauma in a rat model of Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss (SSNHL)” (Id21)
- “Integrating optimized surgery and behavioural testing for efficient and safe adeno-associated virus gene therapy development for inner ear disorders” (Id89)
Both posters will be on display for informal viewing throughout the Workshop. Christophe Tran Van Ba, MSc., will be by the posters during the Poster Sessions, scheduled during the lunch breaks on Sunday 11 and Monday, 12 September and from 12.30 to 1.30 pm EDT (6.30 pm to 7.30 pm CEST) on Sunday, 11 September.
Sensorion is a pioneering clinical-stage biotech company, which specializes in the development of novel therapies to restore, treat and prevent hearing loss disorders, a significant global unmet medical need.
Sensorion has built a unique R&D technology platform to expand its understanding of the pathophysiology and etiology of inner ear related diseases, enabling it to select the best targets and mechanisms of action for drug candidates. Its portfolio combines both small molecule programs and a preclinical portfolio of inner ear gene therapies.
Its clinical-stage portfolio includes one Phase 2 product: SENS-401 (Arazasetron) progressing in a planned Phase 2 Proof of Concept clinical study of SENS-401 in Cisplatin-Induced Ototoxicity (CIO) and, with partner Cochlear Limited, a study of SENS-401 in patients scheduled for cochlear implantation.
Sensorion has entered into a broad strategic collaboration with Institut Pasteur focused on the genetics of hearing. It has two gene therapy programs aimed at correcting hereditary monogenic forms of deafness including deafness caused by a mutation of the gene encoding for Otoferlin, and hearing loss related to mutation in GJB2 gene to potentially address important hearing loss segments in adults and children. The Company is also working on the identification of biomarkers to improve diagnosis of these underserved illnesses.
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