NGM Bio to Host the Third of Four Virtual R&D Events on May 31, 2022

NGM Bio to Host the Third of Four Virtual R&D Events on May 31, 2022




NGM Bio to Host the Third of Four Virtual R&D Events on May 31, 2022

–NGM707, NGM Bio’s most advanced myeloid reprogramming antibody product candidate, will be showcased in the third of a four-part series titled the “Explorer Series”–

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., May 24, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — NGM Biopharmaceuticals, Inc. (NGM Bio) (Nasdaq: NGM), a biotechnology company focused on discovering and developing transformative therapeutics for patients, today announced it will host the third of four virtual R&D events on Tuesday, May 31, 2022, from 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm ET. This four-part series of virtual webcasts, titled the “Explorer Series”, will highlight the company’s work as explorers on the frontier of life-changing science.

The third event will focus on NGM Bio’s lead myeloid checkpoint inhibition and reprogramming program, NGM707, a dual ILT2/ILT4 antagonist antibody product candidate. ILT2 and ILT4 are members of the LILR family of receptors, which may play a central role in establishing an immune-suppressive state in the tumor microenvironment. NGM707 is engineered to target both ILT2 and ILT4 with the goal of releasing myeloid checkpoints and reprogramming myeloid cells to enhance anti-tumor immunity. The program will feature presentations from multiple members of NGM Bio’s research and development team and from Dr. Marco Colonna, M.D., Professor of Pathology & Immunology at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.

The fourth and final session in the series will focus on NGM621, a monoclonal antibody product candidate engineered to potently inhibit complement C3, for the treatment of patients with geographic atrophy.

A live webcast of the presentation will be available under the Investors and Media section of NGM Bio’s website at https://ir.ngmbio.com/events-presentations. A replay of the webcast will be archived on NGM Bio’s site for one year following the event.

About NGM Bio

NGM Bio is focused on discovering and developing novel, life-changing medicines for people whose health and lives have been disrupted by disease. The company’s biology-centric drug discovery approach aims to seamlessly integrate interrogation of complex disease-associated biology and protein engineering expertise to unlock proprietary insights to generate promising product candidates and enable their rapid advancement into proof-of-concept studies. As explorers on the frontier of life-changing science, NGM Bio aspires to operate one of the most productive research and development engines in the biopharmaceutical industry. All therapeutic candidates in the NGM Bio pipeline have been generated by its in-house discovery engine, with a disease-agnostic mindset, always led by biology and motivated by unmet patient need. Today, the company has seven programs in active development, including four in Phase 2 or 2b studies, across three therapeutic areas: cancer, retinal diseases and liver and metabolic diseases. Visit us at www.ngmbio.com for more information.

Abbreviations (in Alphabetical Order)

ILT2=Immunoglobin-Like Transcript 2; ILT4=Immunoglobin-Like Transcript 4; LILR= Leukocyte Immunoglobulin-Like Receptor [ILT2 = LILRB1, ILT3=LILRB4, ILT4=LILRB2]

Forward Looking Statements

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