Deyaa Adib

M.D., Consulting Clinical Advisor

Dr. Adib brings to Triumvira Immunologics over 24 years of medical oncology experience in the biotech and pharmaceutical industries, including 7 successful registrations across various hematologic as well as solid tumor maladies. Most recently, he was the founder of MariCel Clinical Consulting , LLC. Offering strategic services to the biotech industry.

Dr. Adib held multiple seats as a scientific advisory board member at several biotech companies including Imbrium therapeutics a Perdue Pharma subsidiary and a strategic consultant for advanced cell therapy programs through 1st IND at Bellicum pharmaceuticals for the BPX-601: GoCAR-T® currently in Phase I/II clinical trials for solid tumors and at KSQ for eTIL™ autologous cell therapy candidates, KSQ-001.

Past leadership roles include acting Chief Medical Officer at Rain Therapeutics advancing the clinical programs and designing clinical strategy to build the oncology portfolio leading to a successful IPO. In addition, Dr. Adib was Vice president late-stage development at Blueprint Medicines and global therapeutics Head for Solid Tumors at Baxalta, Inc., advancing the development of imalumab in various solid tumors and licensing a nano liposomal irinotecan later approved for pancreatic cancer & leading the clinical evaluation for acquiring Oncaspar from Sigma-Tau Pharmaceuticals (Leadiant Biosciences, Inc.) approved in ALL. He also led the licensing of a CD19 target CAR-T from Precision Biosciences and a PDL1, LAG3, TIM3 check point inhibitor targets from Symphogen a subsidiary of Servier. He was head of hematologic Malignancies at ARIAD leading the global clinical programs for ponatinib in CML later acquired by Takeda.

Dr. Adib has also held multiple oncology clinical development leadership positions at Aventis, Sanofi and Astellas Pharma where he advanced the development of docetaxel in prostate cancer, breast cancer and gastric cancer, enzalutamide in prostate cancer, quizartinib in AML, erlotinib in NSCLC and pancreatic cancer.

Dr. Adib obtained his medical degree from Cairo University School of Medicine, Cairo, Egypt, and completed his postgraduate oncology training at the Anglo-American Hospital Association, Cairo, Egypt and Tufts University School of Medicine– Clinical Pharmacology, Drug Development and Regulation.