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Samumed’s Osteoarthritis and Tendinopathy Research Selected for Multiple Presentations at the 2018 Osteoarthritis Research Society International (OARSI) World Congress


Posted on: 23 Apr 18

SAN DIEGO, April 23, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Samumed, LLC, a leader in Wnt research and development, today announced it will present its most recent clinical and preclinical data on the company’s investigational Wnt pathway inhibitors for the treatment of osteoarthritis (SM04690) and tendinopathy (SM04755) at the 2018 Osteoarthritis Research Society International World Congress, to be held April 26-29, 2018 in Liverpool, U.K.

“We are honored to present our work on the first potential disease modifying treatment in osteoarthritis and our first-in-class topical tendinopathy treatment at the OARSI congress. Our encouraging findings continue to drive our innovative research in Wnt pathway modulation for potential therapeutic options currently lacking in the clinical space,” said Dr. Yusuf Yazici, Samumed’s Chief Medical Officer.

Oral Presentation Details:

   
Abstract TitleDate/TimeSession Title
   
Experimental Tendinopathy Treatment with SM04755, a Topical Small Molecule Inhibitor of the Wnt Pathway – Oral Presentation #27Friday, April 27 10:45-12:00pm BSTPlenary Session 4 – Non-Cartilaginous Soft Tissues in OA: Tendons, Ligaments and Synovium
   
   

Poster Presentation Details:

   
Abstract TitleDate/TimeSession Title
   
SM04690, a Wnt Pathway Inhibitor: Anti-Inflammatory and Cartilage Protective Effects in Preclinical Osteoarthritis Models – Poster #98Friday, April 27 12:30-1:00pm and 4:30-5:00pm BST

Saturday, April 28
4:15-5:00pm BST
OA: Cartilage & Bone
   
   
Radiographic Outcomes Were Concordant with Outcome Measures in Rheumatology Osteoarthritis Research Society International (OMERACT-OARSI) Strict Response: Post-Hoc Analysis from a Phase 2 Study of a Wnt Pathway Inhibitor, SM04690, for Knee Osteoarthritis Treatment – Poster #466Friday, April 27 12:30-1:00pm and 4:30-5:00pm BST

Saturday, April 28
4:15-5:00pm BST
OA: Clinical Aspects & Outcomes
   
   
Joint Space Width Inclusion Criteria Can Reduce Knee Osteoarthritis Trial Heterogeneity: Post-Hoc Data from a Phase 2 Trial of Wnt Pathway Inhibitor, SM04690 – Poster #518Friday, April 27 12:30-1:00pm and 4:30-5:00pm BST

Saturday, April 28
4:15-5:00pm BST
Clinical Research Methods
   
   
Results from a 52-Week Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Phase 2 Study of a Novel, Intra-Articular Wnt Pathway Inhibitor (SM04690) for the Treatment of Knee Osteoarthritis – Poster #550Friday, April 27 12:30-1:00pm and 4:30-5:00pm BST

Saturday, April 28
4:15-5:00pm BST
Therapy - Intraarticular
   

Further details can be found on the OARSI website at https://2018.oarsi.org/. A copy of the presentation materials can be accessed by visiting the Publications section of the Samumed website after the presentations conclude.

In addition, Samumed will be holding a scientific symposium at 12:15pm BST on Saturday, April 28 entitled, “Advancing Disease Modification in Knee Osteoarthritis: Clinical Implications of Wnt Pathway Inhibition.” This symposium will feature highly esteemed faculty: Dr. Timothy McAlindon, Dr. Rik Lories, Dr. Nancy E. Lane, and Dr. Yusuf Yazici.

About Osteoarthritis Research Society International
The Osteoarthritis Research Society International (OARSI) is the leading medical society for advancing the understanding, early detection, treatment and prevention of osteoarthritis (OA) through its exclusive dedication to research. OARSI’s passion and area of focus is on OA, a debilitating disease affecting more than 600 million people around the world. With more than 30 years of experience serving the OA community, OARSI provides the necessary framework, expert resources and support for its international constituents to address the challenges of OA so that the knowledge gained can ultimately be used to help improve patient care and patient outcomes.

About SM04690
SM04690 is a small molecule inhibitor of the Wnt pathway administered as an intra-articular injection, and is being developed as a potential disease modifying drug for osteoarthritis (DMOAD). Preclinical data suggested SM04690 has a dual mechanism of action with three specific effects on joint health – generating new articular cartilage, slowing down cartilage degradation, and reducing inflammation in the joint. Additional information on Samumed’s SM04690 osteoarthritis program can be found here: https://www.samumed.com/pipeline/detail.aspx?id=20

About SM04755
SM04755 is a small-molecule Wnt pathway inhibitor and is being developed as a potential topical therapeutic for tendinopathy. Preclinical data on SM04755 have been previously shown to inhibit inflammation, reduce fibrosis, and increase tenocyte differentiation (tendon repair). Additional information on Samumed’s SM04755 tendinopathy program can be found here: https://www.samumed.com/pipeline/detail.aspx?id=13

About Samumed
Samumed’s small-molecule drug platform is harnessing the innate restorative power of the Wnt pathway to reverse the course of severe and prevalent diseases. Samumed’s clinical pipeline can be found here: https://www.samumed.com/pipeline/default.aspx

Corporate Contact:
Erich Horsley
Samumed, LLC
erich@samumed.com 
858-365-0200

Investor Contact:
Ashley Robinson
LifeSci Advisors
arr@lifesciadvisors.com
617-535-7742

Media Contact:
Matt Middleman, M.D.
LifeSci Public Relations
matt@lifescipublicrelations.com
646-627-8384

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Last updated on: 24/04/2018

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