Gesynta Pharma’s drug candidates show potential in a range of diseases

In a short time, Gesynta Pharma’s strong management team and renowned board of directors have combined excellence in research and development with suave entrepreneurship to build a robust scientific platform and clinical pipeline. With a portfolio of drug candidates with the unique capability to reduce inflammation and protect blood vessels, Gesynta Pharma stands well prepared for its continued value creation.
Experienced team with excellent track record, and strong investor base
  • Gesynta Pharma has a solid financial situation. Owners include reputable institutional investors such as Industrifonden, Linc, and Hadean Ventures, as well as several successful life science industry entrepreneurs.
A solid clinical pipeline based on drug candidates with a unique mode of action
  • Gesynta Pharma’s drug candidates target both rare diseases as well as major diseases with large patient populations.
  • The high unmet medical needs addressed by the company’s drug candidates imply significant commercial potential on the global market.
Lead compound GS-248 in Phase II for systemic sclerosis
  • In preclinical studies, the lead drug candidate GS-248 has shown a unique ability to reduce inflammation while simultaneously dilating the body's smallest vessels. These properties may lead to improved treatments for a number of serious diseases.
  • GS-248 is currently being developed as a new treatment for the rare disease systemic sclerosis and could therefore attain orphan drug designation, providing regulatory advantages.
Second-generation drug candidates with the potential to address other complex diseases
  • Gesynta Pharma’s next generation of pharmacological treatments present a broad range of opportunities based on unique anti-inflammatory, vasoprotective, and pain-relieving properties.
  • The first compound in this next generation series, GS-073, is expected to enter clinical phase I in 2022

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Gesynta Pharma bases its R&D on groundbreaking research from the Karolinska Institutet.

Our reputable board holds vast experience in drug development, commercialization and company scale-up.

Systemic sclerosis is an autoimmune disease hallmarked by chronic inflammation in the body’s smallest blood vessels.

Half of systemic sclerosis patients develop difficult-to-heal digital ulcers, hampering many everyday activities.

Raynaud’s phenomenon affects most systemic sclerosis patients. It is often the first sign of the disease.

Our lead drug candidate GS-248 is currently under evaluation in a phase 2 study.