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9:00 am Coffee & Networking

9:15 am Chairman’s Opening Remarks

Keynote Clinical Case Studies

9:30 am Now It Gets Real- Clinical Data in Advanced Cancer Patients Treated With an Individualized Neoantigen Vaccine


• Neoantigen-directed immunotherapy has been developed using high quality machine learning-enabled prediction of neoantigens plus viral vector-based delivery of select individualized neoantigens to patients with advanced solid tumors
• A phase 1/2 trial has been conducted in the US/Australia to assess safety, immunogenicity and efficacy of this approach
• Clinical data with up to a year of follow-up, with a focus on colorectal cancer, will be presented

10:00 am Treos’ Novel & Potentially Transformative Big Data Approach to Increasing the Effectiveness of Cancer Vaccines by Incorporating a Systematic Understanding of Antigen Targets & HLA Responses


• Treos’ approach to producing two families of off-the-shelf personalized cancer vaccines
• Clinical data supporting the utility of the Treos approach
• A systematic approach to creating the future of cancer vaccines

10:30 am Personalized Cancer Vaccine for Treating Patients With Advanced Hepatocellular Cancer


• GT-EPIC™ DNA plasmid product designed and manufactured for each patient based on their tumor specific neoantigens
• Discuss the interim clinical safety and efficacy data from the first 10 patients treated on study
• The use of immuno-monitoring to assess the potency of the personalized cancer vaccine and mechanism of action of the targeted neoantigens in the clinic.

11:00 am Industry Leader’s Fireside Chat


An executive panel discussion from the C-level leaders of the field to set the scene on neoantigen based therapy development.

11:30 am Morning Break & Group Networking

Reimagining Clinical Trial Design to Show True Efficacy of Neoantigen Therapy

12:00 pm Optimizing Patient Selection & Stratification to Improve Success in Clinical Trials


• What should the patient cohort selection look like to give best chance of success?
• Which clinical end points to be selected to assess anti-tumor efficacy?
• How can the late stage product manufacturing process look like for neoantigen programs?

12:30 pm Developing mab Therapies From Tumor Neoantigens


• Monoclonal abs from Tumor antigens were charactered for specificity and antitumor function
• Identity of neo-epitopes were characterized
• Antibody functions were characterized for clinical trial development

1:00 pm Lunch & Networking

Establishing an Adjuvant Approach for Greater Clinical Outcomes

2:00 pm The Adjuvant Part of Neoantigen Cancer Vaccines: No Clear Winner Has Yet Emerged


• Exploring the use of a cell-based, allogeneic, immune primer for recruitment and activation of cross-presenting DCs
• Harnessing skin-resident memory CD8+ T cells for adaptive immune responses

2:30 pm Nouscom Genetic Vaccine Encoding Shared Neoantigens to Treat Tumors with MicroSatellite Instability (MSI)


• Large neoantigen payload is ensured by Nouscom genetic vaccination platform
• GAd/MVA heterologous prime/boost results in induction of CD8 T cells in preclinical models and cancer patients
• T cells trafficking and expansion in the tumor is the key driver of treatment efficacy

2:30 pm Overcoming Challenges for Effective Cancer Vaccine Therapy


• Improving vaccine activity by combining with RNA encoded cytokines
• Novel treatments to overcome immune escape via MHC I loss

3:00 pm Panel Discussion: Exploring the Best-in-Class Adjuvant to Improve Patient Response to Neoantigen Therapy


• Discussing the best approach to turn the ‘cold tumor’ into a ‘hot tumor’
• Outlining the variety of neoadjuvant methods to prime immune responses to neoantigen vaccination
• Exploring the potential of a mRNA adjuvant if an mRNA vaccine platform is used for neoantigen delivery

3:30 pm Afternoon Break

Looking Outside of Oncology: Examining the Use of Vaccine Platforms in Infectious Disease & Beyond

4:00 pm Panel Discussion: Reviewing Lessons Learnt From the Pandemic to Inform the Future of Cancer Therapy


• Capturing innovations in manufacturing processes for vaccine production so that we can embed these as best practices going forward
• Exploring the different ways current vaccine platforms have been leveraged for use in infectious diseases and further applications in the oncology setting

4:30 pm PeptiVAX, a Vaccine Platform for Flexibly Targeting New & Emerging Infectious Disease


• PeptiVAX is a platform based on peptide antigen coating of nonreplicating adenovirus for delivery of peptide vaccination in infectious diseases.
• Costly and time-consuming genetic engineering of new vaccines to emerging infectious diseases is not required
• A pancoronavirus vaccine strategy targeting existing and emerging strains of coronavirus utilizing novel antigens will be described

5:00 pm Targeting Antigens to Antigen Presenting Cells To Create More Efficacious Vaccines


• Vaccibody’s 3 modular format optimized for induction of rapid, strong and broad immune responses
• Targeting neoantigens to chemokine receptors on APC for induction of strong and broad CD8 T cell responses
• Combinations and applicability within personalized and off-the shelf cancer vaccines and beyond

5:30 pm Chairman’s Closing Remarks

5:45 pm Close of Summit