The Galapagos pipeline


We aim to discover, develop, and prepare for future commercialization of medicines with novel modes of action, addressing disease areas of high unmet medical need. Our pipeline includes programs ranging from discovery to Phase 3 clinical trials in inflammation, fibrosis, cystic fibrosis (CF), and other indications. Our target discovery platform is applicable across many therapeutic areas. Our clinical late stage programs include: filgotinib, which is currently in Phase 3 trials in rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and Crohn’s disease (CD), in Phase 2/3 in ulcerative colitis (UC) and in Phase 2 in multiple additional indications; GLPG1690, our fully proprietary autotaxin inhibitor, which is expected to initiate pivotal trials for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) in 2018; our CF portfolio of drugs aimed at a triple combination therapy for 90% of CF patients, for which we plan to report interim results from a first triple combination therapy in a Phase 2 clinical trial in 2018; GLPG1972 for osteoarthritis (OA), which is expected to be dosed in a global Phase 2 trial in OA patients in 2018; and MOR106, which is expected to be dosed in a Phase 2 trial in atopic dermatitis (AtD) patients in 2018. Most of these programs are based on inhibiting targets which were identified using our target discovery platform.

We have collaborations with Gilead for filgotinib, with AbbVie for CF, with Servier for GLPG1972, and with MorphoSys for MOR106. The following table highlights key aspects of our development programs at the start of 2018:

The Galapagos pipeline (pipeline)