Technology-driven biopharma with a patient-first mindset

Powered by our computing and data platforms, we propel development of novel therapies for patients with rare conditions and other diseases. Our diverse portfolio includes commercialized products and a robust investigational pipeline addressing unmet need in pediatrics, urology, oncology, women’s health, specialty respiratory and infectious diseases.

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We are a biopharma company innovating for patient-first outcomes

Accelerated by our in-house technology platforms and industry-leading life sciences expertise, Sumitovant has progressed a diverse portfolio of assets including small molecules, biologics, gene therapies, and regenerative medicines addressing a range of conditions with limited or no treatment options.

Transforming the way novel treatments are created and delivered

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Accelerating a diverse pipeline and commercial programs

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Measurably improving patient outcomes


Sumitovant is greater than the sum of our parts

United in our mission to deliver patient-needed therapies sooner, Sumitovant is accelerating the way novel treatments are created and delivered – from discovery and R&D to clinical research and commercial availability.

We are curious, bold, and share a passion for thinking differently.

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Economic burden of congenital athymia in the United States for patients receiving supportive care during the first 3 years of life

Congenital athymia is an ultra-rare pediatric condition characterized by the lack of thymus in utero and the naïve T cells critical for infection defense and immune regulation.

ELEVATE 2: A Multicenter Study of Rodatristat Ethyl in Patients with WHO Group 1 Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension

Rodatristat ethyl is a first in class prodrug for rodatristat, a potent inhibitor of tryptophan hydroxylase, the rate limiting enzyme in the biosynthesis of serotonin from dietary tryptophan.

Defining the Clinical, Emotional, Social, and Financial Burden of Congenital Athymia

This cross-sectional study of adult caregivers of patients with congenital athymia used both a quantitative survey and qualitative interviews. Caregivers of patients currently receiving supportive care responded to questions about the past 12 months.