NON-CONFIDENTIAL Company Overview January 2022 Sutro Biopharma NASDAQ: STRO Exhibit 99.1
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Drug Discovery Platform Enables the Potential for Best-in-Class Molecules Precise novel design to enhance efficacy and safety across multiple modalities and targets Enhanced tumor targeting of cytotoxic payloads Bispecific ADC ISAC: Immune- stimulating ADC: targeting novel payloads Bispecific Antibody Tumor or Stromal Antigen Immune Cell Engager Optimized format and affinity Improved specificity for optimized therapeutic window Tumor Antigen Dual Tumor Antigens Conjugated Antibody ADC or ISAC iADC Tumor Antigen Site-specific dual drug conjugate with complementary modalities (TME modulator +/- immune modulator) Immune Cell Engager Modality Drug Properties Target Structure Cytokine Derivative Prodrug cytokine targeting functional cytokine to tumor Prodrug Cytokine Derivative Tumor Selective Mask Releasable mask cytokine
Robust Pipeline through Wholly-Owned and Partnered Programs Four product candidates advancing in the clinic and late-stage discovery programs Modality Program Target Indication Discovery Preclinical Phase 1/1b Phase 2/3 Partner Antibody-Drug Conjugate STRO-002 FolRα ADC Ovarian Cancer Ovarian Cancer (bevacizumab combo) Endometrial Cancer NSCLC/Non-Gyn Cancers STRO-001 CD74 ADC Lymphomas Multiple Myeloma CC-99712 BCMA ADC Multiple Myeloma Multiple Myeloma (GSI combo) Discovery ROR1, Tissue Factor Solid Tumors Bispecific ADC M1231 MUC1-EGFR ADC NSCLC & Esophageal Cancer (1) T-Cell Engager Preclinical 5T4-CD3 TCE Solid Tumors Cytokine Derivative Not Disclosed Cytokine target Cancer Discovery IFNα, IL-12, IL-18 Solid Tumors Vaccine VAX-24 24-valent pneumococcal Invasive Pneumococcal Disease conjugate vaccine EMD Serono is the biopharmaceutical business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt Germany in the US Cytokine Derivative program with Merck includes two molecules derived from one undisclosed target Fast Track Designation Orphan Drug Designation Orphan Drug Designation (2) 2 Molecules (Greater China) (Greater China) IND clearance
Achievements and Milestones Clinical data readouts and partnerships provide multiple 2022 value drivers for Sutro STRO-002, FolRα ADC Greater China deal with Tasly (Dec. 2021) Ovarian cancer dose-expansion interim data (Jan. 2022) Dose-expansion data with durability at a scientific meeting (2H 2022) EOP1/2 meeting (1H 2022) Initiate pivotal trial in ovarian cancer (YE 2022) First patient dosed in endometrial cancer (Nov. 2021) First patient dosed in bevacizumab combination trial (1Q 2022) Support Tasly for initiation of clinical development activities in Greater China (2022) Initiate clinical trial for NSCLC and other non-gynecologic solid tumors (2H 2022) ✓ ✓ ✓ STRO-001, CD74 ADC Greater China deal with BioNova (Oct. 2021) Support BioNova for initiation of clinical development activities in Greater China (2022) Determine RP2D through dose escalation (2022) Cell-Free Manufacturing for Partnered Programs Provide manufacturing materials & support for CC-99712, BCMA ADC in clinical development (BMS) Manufacture initial product for potential clinical development of cytokine derivative (Merck) Manufacture M1231 product, MUC1-EGFR ADC in clinical development (EMD Serono) Supply cell-free extract & reagents to Vaxcyte for VAX-24, IND clearance announced Support tech transfers and enable BMS and EMD Serono to manufacture from Sutro’s cell-free extract ✓
NON-CONFIDENTIAL FolRα-Targeting ADC Potential Best-in-Class ADC for Ovarian Cancer STRO 002
STRO 002 Highly optimized ADC designed to drive efficient tumor responses across a broad range of target antigen levels 1 Sutro-proprietary tubulin-targeting 3-aminophenol hemiasterlin warhead, SC209 2 Based on STRO-002 pre-clinical models showing immune stimulation at site of tumor upon cell death STRO-002 is a homogeneous antibody drug conjugate (ADC) with a drug-antibody ratio (DAR) of 4, targeting folate-receptor alpha (FolRα) 1 2 3 4 3 Protease-cleavable linker 4 2 pAMF FolRα 1 Hemiasterlin-derivative warhead Y180 F404 FolRα is overexpressed in certain cancers including ovarian cancer and endometrial cancer Precisely positioned non-natural amino acids, p-azidomethyl-L-phenylalanine (pAMF), at positions Y180 and F404 on the heavy chain Stable protease-cleavable linkers, with rapid clearance of toxic catabolite after release and cell killing Warhead is hemiasterlin-derivative1 with potentially dual mechanism against the tumor – tubulin-inhibitor cytotoxin, less sensitive to P-gp transport and induces immunogenic response upon cell death2
STRO 002 Phase 1 Study in Patients with Advanced Ovarian Cancer Two-part design to explore safety, anti-tumor activity, dosing, and FolRα enrichment strategy Protocol Baseline Characteristics Inclusive of all FolRα expression levels; tissue samples voluntary and samples received from <50% of patients Inclusive of all prior lines of therapy 9 dose escalation levels (0.5-6.4 mg/kg) – maximum tolerated dose not reached Prophylactic corticosteroid eyedrops not required Inclusive of all FolRα expression levels; tissue required upon enrollment for analysis Platinum resistant (1-3 prior regimens) or platinum sensitive with two prior platinum regimens (progressing after 2-3 prior regimens) Patients randomized 1:1 at 5.2 mg/kg and 4.3 mg/kg starting dose levels Prophylactic corticosteroid eyedrops not required ~50% 1-2 lines of therapy, ~50% 3 lines of therapy across all patients, as well as both dose cohorts Majority (~81%) were platinum resistant; platinum sensitive (~19%) Other prior therapies: substantial bevacizumab (63%) and PARP inhibitor (65%) use Heavily pre-treated ovarian cancer patients with 6 median lines of prior therapies 100% with prior platinum regimens, 46% with ≥ 3 prior platinum-containing regimens Other prior therapies: substantial bevacizumab (82%), PARP inhibitors (59%), and checkpoint inhibitors (21%) use Status FPI: March 201939 patients enrolled, closed to enrollment Aug. 2020 Near-final data presented at ASCO in June 2021 FPI: Jan 202144 patients enrolled, closed to enrollment Nov. 2021Interim efficacy data on 33 evaluable patients and safety data on 43 patients presented in Jan. 2022 Part 1: Dose-Escalation Cohort Part 2: Dose-Expansion Cohort
Dose Expansion STRO 002 Patient Characteristics in Dose Expansion Cohort Interim data for dose expansion are as of November 8, 2021 Patients Randomized & Dosed Safety Evaluable (as of Nov 8, 2021) N=43 RECIST v1.1 Evaluable One Post-Baseline Scan N=33 Not Yet Evaluable No Post Baseline Scan N=8 Discontinued Prior to Receiving Scan N=2 Tumor Proportion Score (TPS) > 25% N=25 TPS ≤ 25% N=8 Total Patients Enrolled N=44 Not dosed by Nov. 8 N=1 Randomized Dose Levels Total N=43 Ovarian Cancer Patients 4.3 mg/kg N=23 5.2 mg/kg N=20 Total N=43 Median age, years (range) 63 (39–91) 56 (40–72) 60 (39–91) Median time since diagnosis, years (range) 1.8 (0.9–4.4) 2.9 (0.7–5.1) 2.8 (0.7–5.1) Number of prior lines of therapy Median 3.0 2.0 2.0 Mean (St. Dev.) 2.5 (0.95) 2.5 (1.05) 2.5 (0.98) Previous Therapies, n (%) bevacizumab 13 (57%) 14 (70%) 27 (63%) PARP Inhibitor 15 (65%) 13 (65%) 28 (65%) Patient Status as of November 8, 2021 Patient Baseline Characteristics
20% -30% 2 pts had 0% Δ Maximum Change in Tumor Target Lesions (N=33) Partial Response 4.3 mg/kg 5.2 mg/kg Treatment ongoingas of Nov 8, 2021 PR confirmed by next scheduled scan (after Nov. 8, 2021) Dose Expansion STRO 002 Dose Response Demonstrated Interim data suggest that 5.2 mg/kg starting dose leads to higher response rates PRu* PRu PRu* PR PR PR PR PRu* PRu* PR PR PR Starting Dose, Q3W Note: Data as of Nov. 8, 2021. 5 PRu were of interest and followed up subsequent to the data cutoff date. 4 PR confirmed at their next scheduled scan and 1 was SD. *
Starting Dose Best Overall Response (BOR) 4.3 mg/kg 5.2 mg/kg All Comers Evaluable patients N=16 N=17 N=33 PR 3 4 7 PR confirmed by next scheduled scan post Nov. 8, 2021 0 4 4 Total PR 3 8 11 ORR (%) 18.8% 47.1% 33.3% SD 10 4 14 PD 3 5 8 Dose Expansion STRO 002 Objective Response by RECIST v1.1 33% ORR rate in all 33 evaluable patients, unenriched for FolRα expression 47.1% ORR in patients starting at the 5.2 mg/kg dose level 33.3% ORR in all patients Interim data suggest that 5.2 mg/kg starting dose leads to higher response rates All 4 patients with PRu treated at 5.2 mg/kg were subsequently confirmed at the next scheduled scan Note: Data as of Nov. 8, 2021. 5 PRu were of interest and followed up subsequent to the data cutoff date. 4 PR confirmed at their next scheduled scan and 1 was SD.
Dose Expansion STRO 002 Robust Anti-tumor Activity and Disease Control Demonstrated Responders experienced rapid tumor reduction or a steady deepening of response Change from baseline (%) Weeks since first treatment 20 -30 -100 0 Change in Sum of Diameters for Target Lesions Over Time (N=33) Starting Dose, Q3W 4.3 mg/kg 5.2 mg/kg Treatment ongoingas of Nov 8, 2021 Note: Data as of Nov. 8, 2021.
Encouraging Response Rates and Preliminary Data on Durability Interim data suggest initiating with 5.2 mg/kg followed by a dose adjustment Treatment Duration on Patients with at Least One Dose (N=43) Dose Expansion STRO 002 Initial data show partial responses confirmed & maintained following dose adjustment Median Duration of Response has not been reached and 23 of 43 patients remained on study at Nov. 8, 2021 Data to inform RP2D with final decision pending more data maturity + Weeks since first treatment Individual patients treated with STRO-002 Dose Level, Q3W 3.5 mg/kg 4.3 mg/kg 5.2 mg/kg + + + + Treatment ongoing as of Nov 8, 2021 (N=23) Dose adjustment PR No post-baseline scan as of data cut-off + + + Note: Data as of Nov. 8, 2021. 44th patient had not been dosed by this date. + + +
Platinum-Resistant Ovarian Cancer Patient Treated at 4.3 mg/kg Dose Level Ongoing Partial Response with 72% reduction in tumor burden Dose Expansion STRO 002 Initial diagnosis: Stage IV ovarian cancer, Jan 2020 3 Prior Regimens: Resistant to 1st Neoadjuvant / adjuvant Carbo / Taxol / Taxotere Refractory to 2nd and 3rd with progressive disease Liposomal doxorubicin Gemcitabine Lateral Abdominal Wall Axillary Lymph Node Inter-aortocaval LN External Iliac LN Baseline Screening of Target Lesions – May 17, 2021 Scans at Cycle 5 Target Lesions – September 8, 2021 Lateral Abdominal Wall Axillary Lymph Node Inter-aortocaval LN External Iliac LN
Patients at the 5.2 mg/kg starting doseand TPS > 25% demonstrated 53.8% ORR (n=13) ORR by TPS Expression Levels (Total Samples N=33) Dose Expansion STRO 002 TPS Overall TPS ≤ 25% TPS > 25% TPS > 50% TPS> 75% ORR 33.3% 12.5% 40.0% 42.1% 43.8% Number of patient samples N=33 N=8 N=25 N=19 N=16 PR(1) 11 1 10 8 7 Potential Market Size (%) 100% ~ 30% ~ 70% (1) PR classification includes the 4 of 5 patients who were confirmed by their next scheduled scan after Nov. 8, 2021. Note: Data as of Nov. 8, 2021. TPS Identified as Scoring Algorithm Appropriate for STRO-002 Exploratory analysis suggests TPS > 25% correlated with higher response Tumor Proportion Score (TPS) Percent of tumor cells showing staining of any intensity Does not require analysis of intensity levels and easy to score Commonly used in clinical practice Established reproducibility across different biomarkers (e.g., PD-L1)
Emerging Safety Profile is Manageable – 85.5% of TEAEs were Grade 1-2 No new safety signals were observed, including the absence of keratopathy 4.3 mg/Kg (N=23) 5.2 mg/Kg (N=20) Total (N=43) Grade 3 n (%) Grade 4 n (%) Grade 5 n (%) Grade 3 n (%) Grade 4 n (%) Grade 5 n (%) Grade 3 n (%) Grade 4 n (%) Grade 5 n (%) Subjects reporting at least 1 event 13 (57) 4 (17) 0 8 (40) 8 (40) 1 (5) 21 (48) 12 (28) 1 (2) Neutropenia (1) 10 (44) 4 (17) 0 6 (30) 8 (40) 1 (5) 16 (37) 12 (28) 1 (2) Febrile Neutropenia 1 (2) 0 0 0 0 1 (5) 1 (2) 0 1 (2) White blood cell count decreased 4 (17) 1 (4) 0 1 (5) 2 (10) 0 5 (12) 3 (7) 0 Anemia 1 (4) 0 0 3 (15) 0 0 4 (9) 0 0 Arthralgia 4 (17) 0 0 0 0 0 4 (9) 0 0 Diarrhea 2 (9) 0 0 0 1 (5) 0 2 (5) 1 (2) 0 Platelet count decreased 2 (9) 0 0 1 (5) 0 0 3 (7) 0 0 Thrombocytopenia 0 0 0 2 (10) 0 0 2 (8) 0 0 Vomiting 0 0 0 2 (10) 0 0 2 (8) 0 0 Fatigue 2 (9) 0 0 0 0 0 2 (8) 0 0 Activated partial thromboplastin time prolonged 2 (9) 0 0 0 0 0 2 (8) 0 0 Hyponatremia 2 (9) 0 0 0 0 0 2 (8) 0 0 Neuralgia 2 (9) 0 0 0 0 0 2 (8) 0 0 Acute kidney injury 0 0 0 2 (10) 0 0 2 (8) 0 0 Neutropenia included the following preferred terms: neutropenia, febrile neutropenia, and neutrophil count decreased. Note: Data as of Nov. 8, 2021. Dose Expansion STRO 002 Asymptomatic neutropenia was the leading TEAE, resulting in treatment delay or dose reduction Neutropenia resolved with 1 week delay ± G-CSF, in the majority of cases Febrile neutropenia is rare One Grade 5 event at the 5.2 mg/kg dose cohort One Grade 3 event at the 4.3 mg/kg dose cohort Protocol was updated to require dose reduction for Grade 4 neutropenia Dose reductions ameliorated neutropenia Most Common G3+ TEAEs (≥2 Subjects) by Dose
Patients at the 5.2 mg/kg starting dose and TPS > 25% demonstrated 53.8% ORR (7/13) Dose Expansion STRO 002 Dose Expansion Interim Data Provide Initial Insights on Go-Forward Strategy Emerging data inform potential starting dose and enrichment strategy Total of 11 confirmed PR (1) out of 33 RECIST v1.1 evaluable patients 33% ORR, across all FolRα expression levels and both dose levels 47% ORR (8/17) in unenriched patients starting at the 5.2 mg/kg dose level Initial data suggest responses at 5.2 mg/kg are maintained, even when subsequent dose reductions are implemented Interim data suggest TPS > 25% are correlated with higher response rate, with 40% ORR (10/25) observed in both dose levels Based on our patient observations, we believe STRO-002 may be an appropriate therapy for ~70% of these patients No new safety signals were observed, including the absence of keratopathy 85.5% of TEAEs were Grade 1-2 Neutropenia was the leading TEAE, resulting in treatment delay or dose reduction Protocol was updated to require dose reduction for Grade 4 neutropenia Overall Efficacy Dose Response Biomarker Safety (1) PR classification includes the 4 of 5 patients who were confirmed by their next scheduled scan after Nov. 8, 2021 and percentages on slide include such subsequently confirmed PRs as appropriate. Note: Data as of Nov. 8, 2021.
Dose-escalation cohort 39 patients, enrollment completed August 2020 Dose-expansion cohort44 patients enrolled in US and Spain sites, enrollment completed November 2021 Combo study with bevacizumab Trial is open and enrolling patients FPI planned for early 2022 Registration-directed trial Pending FDA EOP1 meeting Precedent from single-arm registration-directed trial in advanced ovarian cancer Ovarian Cancer Other Solid Tumors Endometrial cancer cohort Initial enrollment planned for ~15 patients FPI December 2021 Cohort is open and enrolling patients NSCLC and Other Tumors Potential for a basket study design with other FolRα expressing cancers Nonclinical work ongoing STRO 002 Progressing & Expanding the STRO-002 Franchise Additional clinical studies in ovarian & endometrial, and nonclinical work on other tumor types
NON-CONFIDENTIAL CD74-Targeting ADC Potential First and Best-in-Class ADC for B-Cell Malignancies STRO 001
1 STRO-001 is a homogeneous antibody drug conjugate (ADC) with a drug-antibody ratio (DAR) of 2, targeting CD74: Comprises two non-cleavable linker-warheads that are stable in circulation CD74 F404 pAMF 2 3 Non-cleavable linker CD74 is expressed in many hematological cancers and rapidly internalized The active catabolite, Maytansinoid derivative, efficiently kills tumor cells following internalization of the ADC and was designed to minimize bystander effects Maytansinoid warhead 4 1 2 Conjugation through precisely positioned non-natural amino acids. p-azidomethyl-L- phenylalanine, at positions F404 on the heavy chain 4 3 STRO 001 Potential First-in-Class Molecule for Patients with NHL and MM Stable CD74 targeting ADC for hematological cancers designed to minimize bystander effects STRO 001
R/R multiple myeloma (N=30) R/R NHL (N=30) Cohort A Cohort B RP2D RP2D STRO-001-BCM1 Dose Escalation Study NHL Cohort Update at ASH 2020 A total of 21 patients have been treated with STRO-001 and 18 patients were evaluable for response as of October 30, 2020 Dose range 0.05-2.5 mg/kg and MTD has not been reached 1 DLT of grade 3 pulmonary embolism was observed (1) Following previously announced protocol amendment requiring pre-screening for patients at risk for thromboses, no additional thromboembolic events have been observed Dosing frequency was modified from Q2W (28-day cycle) to Q3W (21-day cycle) for doses ≥ 0.91 mg/kg 0.91 mg/kg 1.27 mg/kg 1.78 mg/kg 2.5 mg/kg 3.5 mg/kg MTD X mg/kg 0.075–0.65 mg/kg Single-dose cohorts N=6 total None Patients treated DLTs N=6 1 DLT N=3 None N=3 None N=3 None (1) DLT disclosed in 2019, patient with bulky lymphadenopathy and concurrent DVT receiving 0.91 mg/kg Q3W Note: Data as of October 30, 2020 from data reported at ASH 2020. As of October 2021, the last reported doses levels were of 5.0 mg/kg in the multiple myeloma (MM) cohort and 4.2 mg/kg in the non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL) cohort. Cohort B, NHL Dosing Schedule (ASH 2020) STRO 001 STRO-001-BCM1 Study Design and Updates Ongoing Phase 1 dose escalation study with NHL update at ASH 2020 STRO 001 Dose escalation ongoing at 4.2 mg/kg for NHL & 5.0 mg/kg for MM
Baseline Characteristic (N=21) Age, median (range), years 64.5 (21–82) Time from diagnosis, median (range), years 6.0 (1.0–29.8) NHL subtype, n (%) 21 (100) DLBCL 7 (33) Follicular lymphoma 7 (33) MCL 2 (10) Marginal zone lymphoma 2 (10) Burkitt’s Lymphoma 1 (5) Composite DLBCL/FL 1 (5) Composite DLBCL/CLL 1 (5) Number of prior therapies, median (range) 5 (1-12) Prior therapies, n (%) Autologous stem cell transplant 2 (10) Unrelated allogeneic stem cell transplant 1 (5) CAR-T therapy 3 (14) TEAEs by Grade, Patients With ≥1 Event, n (%) Occurring in ≥15% Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3 Grade 4 Nausea 5 (23.8) 4 (19.0) 0 0 Fatigue 4 (19.0) 3 (14.3) 0 0 Chills 7 (33.3) 0 0 0 Anemia 3 (14.3) 2 (9.5) 1 (4.8) 0 Headache 2 (9.5) 4 (19.0) 0 0 Dyspnea 1 (4.8) 3 (14.3) 1 (4.8) 0 Abdominal pain 4 (19.0) 1 (4.8) 0 0 Infusion related reaction 1 (4.8) 3 (14.3) 0 0 Vomiting 2 (9.5) 2 (9.5) 0 0 Decreased appetite 3 (14.3) 1 (4.8) 0 0 Pyrexia 3 (14.3) 1 (4.8) 0 0 Note: Data as of October 30, 2020 from ASH 2020. ASH 2020 Update in NHL Cohort Heavily pre-treated patient population with 5 median lines of prior therapies STRO 001
Responses to STRO-001 Treatment Duration Best Response Patients, n STRO-001 Dose NHL subtype CR 1 0.075 mg/kg DLBCL PR 2 0.65, 1.27 mg/kg DLBCL SD 3 1.27, 1.78, 2.5 mg/kg Marginal Zone and Follicular PD 12 Multiple Encouraging Interim Treatment Duration and Responses Partial responses in two DLBCL patients who had progressed on CAR-T (1) 18 patients are evaluable for response as of October 30, 2020 Note: Data as of October 30, 2020 from ASH 2020. Dose Demographics and Level, Diagnosis mg/kg Prior Therapies Best Responses Doses Received Duration of Treatment 0.075 82-year-old man with R-CHOP-R, CR after 2 12 24 Weeks Stage III DLBCL, Rituximab/lenalidomide cycles (PD after 12 non-GC type Bendamustine/rituximab (4 doses) doses) diagnosed in 2015 Obinituzumab + gemcitabine + oxaliplatin 0.65 64-year old man diagnosed with double-hit Stage IV DLBCL in August 2017 R-CHOP x 1 and EPOCH X 6 (2017) RICE with IT prophylaxis (2017/2018) Rituximab and XRT (2018) Rituximab, gemcitabine + oxaliplatin with radiotherapy (2018) Axicabtagene ciloleucel (CAR-T) (May 2018) Rituximab and lenalidomide (Nov 2018) PR at cycle 3 8 15 weeks (PD after 8 doses) 1.27 68-year old woman R-CHOP PR at 10 27 weeks stage IV extranodal RICE x 2 cycle 3 ongoing DLBCL, non-GC DHAP x 2 (PD at cycle diagnosed in CAR-T (May 2019) 10) Feb 2018 Lenalidomide (Nov 2019) 1.27 51-year old woman, Obinutuzumab SD 6 39 weeks stage III marginal ongoing zone lymphoma diagnosed in May 2017 1.78 36-year old man with stage IIIA follicular lymphoma diagnosed in June 2014 Flt3L-vaccine immunotherapy Rituximab Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine immunotherapy polyCLC (TLR-3 agonist) – immunotherapy Pembrolizumab SD 4 12 weeks (PD after Cycle 4) 2.50 74-year old man with IV follicular lymphoma Reituximab/fludarabine/Cytoxan Ifosfamide/carboplatin, etoposide Auto SCT SD 3 9 weeks on active treatment 0 50 100 * Patient had a prolonged dose delay (cycle 2 to cycle 3) due to COVID-19 200 250 300 150 Study day Individual patients with NHL treated with STRO-001 (N=18)(1) 0.075 to 0.65 mg/kg Q2W 0.91 mg/kg Q3W 1.27 mg/kg Q3W 1.78 mg/kg Q3W 2.5 mg/kg Q3W Continuing study treatment SD* PR SD SD PR CR STRO 001
$254.2M in cash, cash equivalents & marketable securities as of Sept. 30, 2021 Projected cash runway into 2H 2023(1), based on current business plans and assumptions ~1.6M shares of Vaxcyte (Nasdaq: PCVX) not included in the above reported cash Funding received from our collaborators of ~$434M through Sept. 30, 2021 Financial Overview Well-capitalized through cash and other financial sources (1) Based on projections as of Sept. 30, 2021
Experienced Leadership Team William Newell, JD Chief Executive Officer and Member of the Board of Directors Trevor Hallam, PhD President of Research and Chief Scientific Officer Arturo Molina, MD, MS, FACP Chief Medical Officer Ed Albini, MBA Chief Financial Officer Shabbir Anik, PhD Chief Technical Operations Officer Linda Fitzpatrick Chief People and Communications Officer Nicki Vasquez, PhD Chief Portfolio Strategy and Alliance Officer Neurex Lynx Jane Chung, RPh Chief Commercial Officer