Janssen Agreed to Work with Resonant Therapeutics on R&D of Tumor Targets

| By | Immunology, Janssen, R&D

Resonant Therapeutics, Inc. announced that the company has entered into an agreement with Janssen Research and Development, LLC with the aim to discover and validate novel tumor and immunological targets, and to validate certain therapeutic candidates.

The collaboration leverages Resonant’s proprietary IMPaCT tumor microenvironment model and target validation platform, which earned them a Johnson & Johnson Innovation – JLABS @ TMC QuickFire Challenge award in 2016, and Janssen industry-leading oncology capabilities to rapidly advance new targets and therapeutic opportunities.

John K. Westwick, Ph.D., Resonant Founder and CEO said:

“Resonant was launched to industrialize our tumor-microenvironment IMPaCT platform in order to efficiently discover, validate, and prioritize antibody therapeutics via a data-driven biological pipeline. We are delighted to collaborate with industry-leader Janssen with the aim to help validate therapeutic candidates and novel functional tumor and immunological targets for difficult-to-treat cancers.”

Specific details of the agreement were not disclosed.