PTC Therapeutics and PPMD have scheduled a call on May 27, 2010 at 5:00pm eastern. The call will include PTC President Stuart Peltz and Chief Medical Officer for the ataluren trial, Langdon Miller, MD.
Stuart and Langdon will update the community about ataluren and future plans. The conference call will be open to 150 callers. Lines will be muted and PPMD’s Sharon Hesterlee will conduct the interview and field your questions. The discussion will include analysis of data from the ataluren trial and a summary of regulatory challenges. Langdon will describe PTC’s plan for moving forward with ataluren and for patients to access ataluren either within a clinical trial protocol or through an expanded access program. PTC will also provide an estimate of the timeline for these next steps.
Thursday's conference call will include a slide presentation from PTC, so you will want to dial in from your phone and log in from your computer. In order to view PTC's slideshow presentation that will accompany this conference call, you need to test your computer to make sure it is compatible with the ReadyTalk program.
IMPORTANT: Please go to: http://test.readytalk.com/ to test the computer you'll be using for compatibility prior to the event. Should you have any problems please contact ReadyTalk Support at 1-800-843-9166. Please note: Audio portion is via telephone, not through your computer.
To participate in this open conference call, please log in to ReadyTalk on your home or work computer by clicking here. Where it says Participant Login at the top left, enter Access Code: 9449985. Enter Name & Email address.
For the audio part of the call, dial 866.740.1260 and enter 9449985, ideally from a land line. Anyone calling from outside of the U.S. or the Canada, click here for the appropriate dial-in number. The line will open at 4:50pm. We will not be able to record this phone call, but we will provide a detailed summary for those of you who cannot make the call.
To submit a question for this call, please email us before 5pm eastern on May 25 at email@example.com. We will compile your questions and address as many as we can in the time available.
For questions about Thurday's call, please contact PPMD.