Mark Stahl, MD, PhD

Title: Senior Medical Director, Clinical Development

Organization: Avidity Biosciences

Bio: Mark Stahl joined Avidity's clinical development team in March 2021 from Neurocrine Biosciences, where he worked on gene therapy programs for rare diseases. Previously, Mark was at Penn State University, where he founded a laboratory studying neurodegeneration and had an active clinical practice. Mark holds MD and PhD degrees from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and completed both residency in neurology and fellowship training in movement disorders at UCLA.

2021 FUTURES: Exon Skipping Panel

Information and updates on exon skipping therapies and research from experts in the Duchenne community.

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Mark Stahl, MD, PhD

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Avidity Biosiences

Advancing Exon Skipping AOCs for the Treatment of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Avidity Biosciences is a biotechnology company based in La Jolla, California. At Avidity, we are driven by our mission to improve the lives of people affected by diseases with limited therapeutic options, such as Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD). We are doing this by realizing the broad and disruptive potential of our Antibody Oligonucleotide Conjugates (AOC™) platform. AOCs combine the specificity of monoclonal antibodies and the precision of oligonucleotides. Avidity is advancing three different exon skipping AOC drugs designed to treat the root cause of DMD in individuals who are amenable to skipping exons 44, 45 or 51. Our first program in development for the treatment of DMD is called AOC 1044 and is designed to treat individuals who are amenable to exon 44 skipping treatments. We are planning to initiate our first clinical trial with AOC 1044 by the end of 2022.

Mark Stahl, MD, PhD

Senior Medical Director, Clinical Development

Avidity Biosciences