Pioneering Disease Solutions

American Gene Technologies is a private biotechnology company supported by accredited investors. The company develops genetic medicines that meet unmet medical needs in inherited or acquired diseases through the application of viral vector technology. American Gene Technologies is pioneering disease solutions to achieve permanent cures for human diseases.

The Future of Medicine

American Gene Technologies is focused on creating long-term value for patients, society, investors and donors by developing and testing cutting-edge gene therapies to cure some of humanity’s worst diseases. American Gene Technologies’ HIV cure clinical trial could not only lead to a blockbuster drug that brings relief to one of society's most elusive epidemics, but it could prove the efficiency and effectiveness of American Gene Technologies' platform technologies to cure dozens of diseases ranging from viruses to cancers.

This page is a primer that offers insight into the risk and outcomes relevant to advancing a gene and cell therapy to market, both from a medical and financial perspective. Consider this page a tool to begin your journey of discovery, one we hope will lead to a conversation with us about the resources necessary to keep American Gene Technologies operating at full speed to provide safe, effective, regulatory-approved therapies to patients.

This page is a primer that offers insight into the risk and outcomes relevant to advancing a gene and cell therapy to market, both from a medical and financial perspective. Consider this page a tool to begin your journey of discovery, one we hope will lead to a conversation with us about the resources necessary to keep American Gene Technologies operating at full speed to provide safe, effective, regulatory-approved therapies to patients.

Norman Rogers

Business Development

The Gene & Cell Therapy Industry Is
Poised for Enormous Growth

Current gene and cell therapies are just the tip of a $5 trillion market.
According to Goldman Sachs, the gene and cell therapy industry could become 4X the size of the current pharmaceutical market.

Lead Programs & Pipeline

AGT103-T, our HIV therapeutic, is currently in Phase 1 clinical trials, and we expect to see the lead candidates in our Immuno-oncology and Phenylketonuria (PKU) programs move into the clinic in the next few years.

Patents

American Gene Technologies' patent portfolio protects its technology platform and methods. In addition to the granted patents below, American Gene Technologies has several patents pending and over 20 patent families represented by filings with the USPTO and international patent offices. Also, American Gene Technologies has been granted FDA Orphan Drug Designation for its treatment of Phenylketonuria (PKU).

HIV Cure Program

Cancer Cure Methods

PKU Program

HIV Cure Program: Phase 1 Human Trial Accelerates

07_AGT Investor Page HIV Video #1

American Gene Technologies successfully submitted its Investigational New Drug (IND) application to the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) to begin a Phase 1 clinical trial for its genetically modified autologous cell therapy for HIV.

08_AGT Investor Page HIV Video #2

A Montgomery County-based biotechnology company has announced it received approval from the FDA to begin human trials for its HIV cure program. American Gene Technologies has been developing its program for 12 years. ABC7 News reports on the historic milestone.

09_AGT Investor Page HIV Video #3

American Gene Technologies announces the treatment of the first participant in its Phase I clinical trial to evaluate the safety of the cell and gene therapy product AGT103-T.

10_AGT Investor Page HIV Video #4

The Data and Safety Monitoring Board (DSMB) voted unanimously to continue American Gene Technologies' HIV Cure Program without modification after safety analysis of the first participant’s data revealed no adverse effects from the treatment AGT103-T.

HIV Program Milestones

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Third-Party Reports on

American Gene Technologies

American Gene Technologies hosted an analyst day to provide insight into the status of HIV therapy, including cure research, which provides a context for understanding the unique features and advantages of the company's AGT103-T cell and gene therapy for HIV. The event was hosted shortly before the IND was submitted.

Hosted By American Gene Technologies

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Download Our Science
Deck

In over a decade of development, American Gene Technologies has accrued a huge bank of tools and reusable components that can be mixed and matched to solve fundamental hurdles across a broad range of diseases.

Our Leaders & Advisors

  • Jeff Galvin is the CEO and Founder of American Gene Technologies™ (AGT). He earned his BA degree in Economics from Harvard in 1981.

Jeff Galvin

Chairman, Founder & CEO

  • Dr. Boyle has over 25 years of research, development, and technical expertise with a deep understanding of biotechnology. Dr. Boyle has held multiple executive roles in the biotech and healthcare industries.

Dr. Jeff Boyle

Chief Science
Officer

  • "AGT has become one of these companies that resonates on a personal level for me. It looks for new technologies, new advances, and it really tries to push the limit to advance therapies for terrible diseases like HIV."

Drew Palin

Business Advisor

  • Former Secretary of the United States Department of Health and Human Services, worked fervently to modernize healthcare delivery as the former Governor of Wisconsin. 

Tommy Thompson

Director
and Senior Advisor

  • Dr Robert R. Redfield is well known for his decades of dedicated work in virology, immunology and clinical research. 

Dr. Robert R. Redfield

Special Advisor
to the CEO

  • Dr. Conant was one of the first physicians to diagnose HIV in San Francisco while running the inpatient dermatology service at the University of California San Francisco.

Marcus Conant

Special Advisor
to the CEO

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Contact Us

Primary IR Contact

Norman Seth Rogers

Business Development, Investor Relations

Cell:  (240) 398-4729

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