Sage Therapeutics to Host Sage Science Spotlight: SAGE-718 In Depth
Debut webcast to provide deep dive on SAGE-718, the company’s lead neuropsychiatry product candidate being studied for cognitive disorders associated with NMDA receptor dysfunction, including Huntington’s, Parkinson’s, and Alzheimer’s diseases
Webcast scheduled for
Sage will provide details on its progress with SAGE-718, the company’s lead neuropsychiatry product candidate being explored for the potential treatment of cognitive disorders associated with NMDA receptor dysfunction, including Huntington’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and Parkinson’s disease. Sage will also share additional details on the recently announced data from the PARADIGM Study of SAGE-718 in patients with mild cognitive impairment due to Parkinson’s disease and the planned initiation of a Phase 2 placebo-controlled study in Huntington’s disease. Additionally, the Company will discuss the unmet need in Huntington’s disease, with participation and perspectives from a leading neurologist and a patient advocate.
The Sage Science Spotlight is a new webcast series designed to take a deeper look at Sage’s work in brain health. It will complement Sage’s annual FutureCast event, which provides an update on the company’s overall research and development strategy and clinical progress in its key depression, neurology and neuropsychiatry franchise programs.
Speakers on the
Jim Doherty, Chief Research Officer, Sage Therapeutics
Mike Quirk, Vice President, Pharmacology, Sage Therapeutics
Aaron Koenig, Executive Medical Director, Early Development, Sage Therapeutics
Samuel Frank, Associate Professor of Neurology, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Seth Rotberg, Patient Advocate(Huntington’s Disease)
The webcast can be accessed on the investor page of Sage's website at investor.sagerx.com. A replay of the webcast will be available approximately two hours after the completion of the event.
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