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Management Call

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SPONSORED: Meeting Pandion’s Management Team: Understanding the Potential of the TALON Platform and PT101.

Ticker(s): PAND

Who's the expert?

Name: Rahul Kakkar, Jo Viney & John Sundy

Rahul Kakkar, CEO

  • Previously: Founder, Chief Medical Officer and Chief Strategy Officer at Corvidia, acquired by Novo Nordisk for 2.2bn.
  • Previously: Director for Emerging Innovations at AstraZeneca, responsible for preclinical through Phase 2 clinical studies both for compounds within the AstraZeneca pipeline and in support of compound out-licensing efforts.

Jo Viney, President, CSO, and Co-Founder

  • Previously worked at Immunex, Amgen, and most recently Biogen where she was Senior Vice President of the Drug Discovery organization.
  • Member of the Board of Directors for Quench Bio, Finch Therapeutics, and Harpoon Therapeutics. She also serves on the Scientific Advisory Board for HotSpot Therapeutics.

John Sundy, CMO

  • Previously Inflammation Therapeutic area head at Gilead Sciences where he led the company's entry into inflammation and immunology.
  • Previously Associate Professor of Medicine at Duke University and the Duke-National University of Singapore Graduate Medical School. In this position he was instrumental in the clinical development of Krystexxa.

Interview Questions
Q1.

Please tell me the history of how TALON was discovered and came to be core to the Pandion Story.

  • What about the TALON approach that makes it possible for therapies to be more effective than traditional Anti-Cytokines & Kinase Inhibitors?

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Q2.

Why have you chosen UC for the first indication for PT101?

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Q3.

There are other companies working on IL-2 Muteins. Can you walk me through what differentiates your molecule? Is there a ceiling on how much Tregs should be boosted, or is the main objective selectivity?

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Q4.

What are the key things to look for in the Phase 1a trial reading out early 2021. It is safety focused, so will be able to interpret anything about efficacy from it?

  • Have any of the competitive approaches released data in healthy volunteers like this? What is the relationship between their Preclinical results and their Phase 1a?
  • Is there anything known to be unique about the biology of healthy volunteers that may not translate to patients with auto-immune disorders?

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Q5.

What sort of pace for additional indications should investor anticipate if the early proof of concept trials workout? At what point do you view the TALON platform as being derisked meaningfully across auto-immune diseases?

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Q6.

Is UC unique as an autoimmune disease or does success there have a high chance of translating to other indications?

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Q7.

Does success by competitors in other indications likely push you towards developing drugs in those because of proof of concept, or away due to crowdedness?

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Q8.

What are the data readouts associated with your IND enabling work for PT-001 and PT-627 in 2021 we should look out for?

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Q9.

Will the Phase 2 and Phase 3 trials for UC look similar to the types of trials ran for approved Anti-Cytokines & Kinase Inhibitors in terms of patient numbers, duration, etc?

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Q10.

Does your tether technology present a partnering platform opportunity? Does this ability to hone to a specific tissue present a drug delivery potential, or will you likely keep all indications in house at least through proof of concept?

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Q11.

Can you tether for lung and cardiac specific delivery?

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Q12.

How is PT-627 differentiated from competitors and is there available clinical data supporting the use of PD-1 agonists in autoimmune diseases? 

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