At Capsida, we’re passionate about developing innovative, best-in-class gene therapies for debilitating rare and common diseases across all ages. Our goal is to apply the strength of our targeted gene therapy platform to develop a new generation of transformative therapies.

We are inspired to work with academic, clinical and industry leaders that share our vision and want to collaborate to help us reach more patients and benefit more lives. Since our inception, we have entered into strategic collaborations with AbbVie, CRISPR Therapeutics and Prevail Therapeutics.

To discuss potential partnering opportunities, please contact us at

“We welcome the opportunity to collaborate with innovators who share our determination to develop transformative gene therapies for patients.”

– Bethany Mancilla, Chief Business Officer


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In February 2023, we expanded our strategic collaboration with AbbVie to develop targeted genetic medicines for eye diseases with high unmet need. This collaboration builds upon our April 2021 collaboration and option agreement to create tissue-targeted gene therapies for three serious neurodegenerative diseases.

Read more about our original collaboration with AbbVie.
Read more about our expanded collaboration with AbbVie.

Prevail Therapeutics©

In January 2023, Capsida announced a strategic collaboration with Prevail Therapeutics, a wholly owned subsidiary of Eli Lilly and Company, to develop transformative, non-invasive gene therapies for CNS diseases.

Read more about our collaboration with Prevail Therapeutics.

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CRISPR Therapeutics©

In June 2021, Capsida announced a strategic partnership to research, develop, manufacture and commercialize in vivo gene editing therapies delivered with engineered AAV vectors for the treatment of familial amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and Friedreich’s ataxia.

Read more about Capsida’s collaboration with CRISPR.


Capsida is proud to partner with these industry associations to advance biotechnology solutions for patients, support regenerative therapies like gene therapy, and promote gender equality.