Research & Innovation
Using our antibody expertise to transform how cancer is treated
As a leader in the discovery and development of antibody therapeutics, we are inspired by nature, passionate about innovation and driven by data. Our commitment to patients pushes us to use our antibody biology expertise to pursue and produce differentiated, next-generation cancer treatments.
Our research and innovation teams consist of a strong antibody discovery engine connecting our antibody platform technologies with our target and disease biology knowledge. This synergy is the lifeblood of our R&D organization, where our creations enter clinical development.
Our Product Discovery
We are pioneering technologies to transform the future of cancer treatments
We strive to improve the lives of patients with cancer by creating and developing innovative antibody-based products. This commitment is deeply rooted in science.
With a deep knowledge of the power of the human immune system and a proven track record for inventing and engineering novel therapeutic antibodies, we aim to tackle and overcome the challenges in oncology drug development.
In our product discovery, we connect our innovative antibody platform technologies with our robust target and disease biology knowledge to create novel and differentiating products.
Our differentiated pipeline stands as proof of our ability to identify and address the areas of unmet treatment need and includes Tisotumab Vedotin, Genmab’s first therapy approved in the U.S. and multiple Genmab-created* antibodies approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration with breakthrough designations— including Daratumumab, Ofatumumab and Teprotumumab.
Out-licensed products marketed by partner
Rooted in science and driven by data, we are transforming the future of human antibody therapeutics.
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We regularly support a variety of medical
grants and sponsorships
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