About Adaptimmune

Leading the TCR T-cell therapy space

Leading the TCR T-cell therapy space

Transforming cancer immunotherapy with affinity enhanced T-cell receptors

Adaptimmune, a leader in T-cell therapy, has clinical trials ongoing for three wholly owned SPEAR T-cells (ADP-A2M4, ADP-A2M4CD8, and ADP-A2AFP) in multiple solid tumor indications. The Company's unique SPEAR (Specific Peptide Enhanced Affinity Receptor) T‑cell platform enables the engineering of T-cells to target and destroy cancer, including solid tumors.

We have generated a strong pipeline of affinity-enhanced T-cell therapies, with multiple INDs open. We use these therapies to harness the body's own immune system to find and destroy diseased cells.

Our SPEAR T-cell therapies offer promise to patients that often have no other options. We are working hard to make that promise a reality. Adaptimmune partners with industry leaders in all areas of it's business.

Company History

2020

Responses in 4 new solid tumor indications 

100% reduction in target lesions in first patient treated with ADP-A2AFP in Cohort 3

Partnership with Astellas to develop allogeneic cell therapies 

~$90m raised via secondary public offering

2019

Responses with ADP-A2M4 in Synovial Sarcoma and Antitumor Activity in Other Solid Tumors with ADP-A2M4, ADP-A2M10, ADP-A2AFP

SPEARHEAD-1 study started 2H19 (synovial sarcoma and MRCLS)

SURPASS (first next gen candidate) started 2H19

Collaboration with Alpine Immune Sciences
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2018

Registered Direct Offering (RDO) of ~$100M

Transition of NY-ESO SPEAR T-cell Therapy Program to GSK complete
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Opening of UK Vector Manufacturing Facility at Catapult in Stevenage

2017

Option exercise by GSK for exclusive license to NY-ESO SPEAR T-cell program
Completion of public offering with net proceeds of $61,397,000

2016

Breakthrough therapy designation and PRIME regulatory access for NY-ESO SPEAR T-cell therapy

*NY-ESO program was transitioned to GSK in August 2018.

2015

Adaptimmune IPO on NASDAQ raises $176 million.

1993-2014

TCR technology developed at Oxford University

Avidex was formed on the basis of T cell receptor technology from Oxford University

Avidex was acquired by Medigene

Adaptimmune spun out as a virtual company with University of Penn collaboration

Adaptimmune establishes R&D infrastructure and delivers promising clinical data

Strategic collaboration with GSK + $104m Series A Funding Round

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