Novartis is consistently rated as having one of the industry’s most respected development pipelines, with more than 200 projects in clinical development, including 135 in the Pharmaceuticals Division, as of January 27, 2016.
Many of these projects, which include new molecular entities as well as additional indications and different formulations for marketed products, are for medicines that could significantly advance treatment standards for patients worldwide. This table provides an overview of selected projects in development.
For a detailed review of selected projects in confirmatory development, download the complete Novartis Pipeline (PDF 84 KB), as of December 31, 2015.
AMG 334 is not included in this view. AMG 334 is part of the global collaboration with Amgen to commercialize and develop neuroscience treatments (announced in September 2015).
Submission anticipated late 2016 or early 2017.
Also known as Fovista® (pegpleranib) and E10030. This product is being developed by Ophthotech Corp. Ophthotech has licensed ex-US commercialization rights to Novartis under a Licensing and Commercialization Agreement.
Novartis acquired all remaining rights to GSK’s ofatumumab (OMB157) in December 2015.
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