Genprex

Reprogramming the course of cancer and diabetes

Technologies

Our technologies are designed to administer disease-fighting genes to provide new therapies for large patient populations with cancer and diabetes who currently have limited treatment options.

Pipeline

We are developing gene therapies for patients with cancer and diabetes to bring new therapies to large patient populations. Our lead product candidate, REQORSA™ immunogene therapy, is designed to be administered in combination with other therapies, including targeted therapies and immunotherapies, for non-small cell lung cancer.

Management Team

We have assembled a multidisciplinary team of executives and advisors with broad business experience in the biotech and pharmaceutical industries, and research and clinical experience at preeminent medical and academic institutions around the world. Our management team pairs an unmatched expertise with a knack for innovation in research.

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About Us


At Genprex, we are committed to developing life-changing gene therapies for patients with cancer and diabetes through unique, innovative science. We are dedicated in our efforts to helping patients with limited or no treatment options to have access to new and advanced therapies to more effectively treat their disease. 

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Genprex to Participate in CEO Roadshow Webinar Series

Webinar series will feature a weekly company overview highlighting the Genprex’s gene therapy pipeline in cancer and diabetes

Genprex to Receive Inaugural “License of the Year” Award from University of Pittsburgh Innovation Institute in Recognition of Advances Made with Gene Therapy Program in Diabetes

Groundbreaking, potentially curative gene therapy shown to transform alpha cells in the pancreas into functional beta-like cells is potentially applicable to both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes

Genprex Collaborators Report Positive Preclinical Data for REQORSA™ Immunogene Therapy in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer at the 2021 AACR Annual Meeting

Collaborators presented positive preclinical data for the combination of TUSC2 immunogene therapy (REQORSA™) in combination with chemotherapy and immunotherapies for the treatment of non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC).

Can gene therapy be made to work against solid tumours?

As a disease involving mutated genes, cancer has always been a key target for emerging gene therapy technologies.