Press Releases


Media Contact:
Stephen Majors
Director, Public Affairs
smajors@alliancerm.org


Media Contact:
Stephen Majors
Director, Public Affairs
smajors@alliancerm.org

Global Cell & Gene Therapy Sector on Pace for Annual Records in Product Approvals and Financings, Says Alliance for Regenerative Medicine

August 18, 2021

Washington, DC

The regenerative medicine and advanced therapies sector completed its best-ever six-month period of financing, raising $14.1B from January through June and reaching 71% of the record amount raised in all of 2020, according to the Alliance for Regenerative Medicine’s (ARM) H1 2021 Report released today. 


ARM and NIIMBL Release Project A-Gene to Bring Quality by Design Principles to Gene Therapy Manufacturing

June 24, 2021

Washington, DC

The Alliance for Regenerative Medicine (ARM) and the National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals (NIIMBL) today released Project A-Gene, a multistakeholder collaboration to incorporate Quality by Design (QbD) principles into a manufacturing case study of a viral vector commonly used in gene therapies.


ARM Statement on Cures 2.0 Discussion Draft

June 22, 2021

WASHINGTON, DC

ARM commends Reps. Upton and DeGette for their continued leadership in driving scientific innovation and patient access. The Cures 2.0 discussion draft released today would help accelerate the development and delivery of life-changing cell and gene therapies. Harnessing real-world evidence, providing educational programming and training for caregivers, and requiring the FDA to provide more clarity around CMC standards for breakthrough and RMAT-designated therapies would help bring the future of medicine to patients in need.


Alliance for Regenerative Medicine Launches Internship Program for Black Students

June 17, 2021

Washington, DC

Created to address the underrepresentation of Black employees in the regenerative medicine workforce, the Alliance for Regenerative Medicine (ARM) launched the GROW RegenMed Internship Program this month with 17 interns in its inaugural class. GROW interns, who are undergraduate and graduate students, are working in paid positions at ARM and 13 of its member organizations this summer in a variety of roles, from the lab to regulatory affairs and public policy.