About Apollo

We are a portfolio biotech; developing a broad range of drug programs to generate value for our stakeholders; patients, inventors and investors.

We are building a diversified clinical-stage portfolio of assets focused on high-value markets.  We have over 20 programs in our core areas of biological focus cell signaling, cell stress response and immunology.

We are a team of experienced drug hunters backed by specialist long-term investors.

We build upon our collaborations with five of the world’s leading research universities, selecting and progressing high-potential discovery programs.

Our Process

Differentiated scientific access
Unique partnerships with five leading global research organisations with over 10,000  biomedical researchers.

Excellence in decision-making
Team of experienced drug-hunters with translational biology and clinical expertise, expert R&D advisory committee, board of proven company-builders.

High capital efficiency
Lean operating model with centralized expert leadership and highly outsourced execution, low fixed costs.

Strong, diversified pipeline
Over 20 programs across our areas of translational biology leadership; cell signalling, cell stress responses and cell metabolism, and immunology.




Apollo Timeline


Apollo Therapeutics initially founded as partnership between three leading research organisations, Cambridge University, Imperial College London and University College London, and three global pharmaceutical companies, AstraZeneca, GSK and J&J with initial $50m committed.


First programs in-licensed


Expanded development activity building portfolio of 15+ pre-clinical programs.


Successful out-licensing of three programs

Series B financing
Series B financing

Series B financing led by Patient Square Capital raises $145m supporting expanded management team

New research partnerships
New research partnerships

Kings College London and the Institute of Cancer Research join as research partners of Apollo

In-licensing of camoteskimab
In-licensing of camoteskimab

Apollo announces licensing agreement with AstraZeneca for camoteskimab, a clinical-stage monoclonal antibody for Il-18

Series C financing
Series C financing

Series C financing led by Patient Square Capital joined by a number of new investors, including M&G plc, raises $226.5m to advance Apollo portfolio

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