Potentially disruptive technologies

We have three highly differentiated technologies focused on next generation anthracycline, immune/transcription modulators and metabolism/glycosylation inhibitors. From those three core technologies, we have six potential oncology drug candidates.

Targeted Indications

Attacking the most difficult cancers

We are developing treatments for rare and difficult cancers such as acute myeloid leukemia (“AML”); glioblastoma, brain tumors; cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (“CTCL”), a deadly form of skin cancer; and pancreatic cancer.

Partnerships & Collarborations

Relationships with world-class cancer centers

Critical to our efforts is leveraging our continued collaborations and partnerships with leading cancer centers like MD Anderson Cancer Center, Emory University, the Mayo Clinic and others.

A Message from Wally Klemp, Chairman and CEO of Moleculin.

“We are extremely excited with the milestones achieved to this point and the ones coming up could be literally game-changing for us. This time last year we had just commenced our very first clinical trial, one drug, and one clinical trial. Now, we have three drugs in four clinical trials under way with a fifth clinical trial that may start before year end. We believe we have the potential to report meaningful data on a quarterly basis going forward. We are highly focused on developing multiple shots on goal to attack highly resistant cancers, either in monotherapy applications or in combination drug therapies. And this last point is important in that we can potentially devise tailored combinations to address rare and difficult cancers from numerous angles and give hope to those who have exhausted currently available therapies.”

Preclinical Pancreatic Cancer Data Presented at AACR Annual Meeting

On April 3, 2019, Moleculin announced that preclinical data supporting activity of its STAT3-inhibiting Immune/Transcription Modulators was presented at the 2019 AACR Annual Meeting.

New Data Confirms Anti-tumor Efficacy of Annamycin

On October 29, 2019, Moleculin announced the presentation of a poster at the AACR-NCI-EORTC Molecular Targets and Cancer Therapeutics Conference documenting the high activity of Annamycin against AML.

New Data Shows Reversal of Tumor Activity in Animal Models

On December 19, 2019, Moleculin announced the presentation of a poster at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium demonstrating Annamycin’s unusually high lung uptake and anticancer activity against lung metastases of multiple solid tumors.