2021 was a year of monumental impact and change for Moderna
Moderna entered 2021 with a strong cash position of approximately $5.25 billion. We have used this capital to invest in R&D and scale our development pipeline and manufacturing capabilities to maximize our impact on human health.
As we close our books for 2021, the company’s cash, cash equivalents and investments as of December 31, 2021, were more than $17 billion. We now have the resources to scale our investments and do even more to positively impact human health with mRNA medicines. This is just the beginning.
Moderna is entering 2022 with a remarkable team poised to continue advancing mRNA vaccines and therapeutics into new areas for patients. We have a clear and exciting strategic path to do so, and a strong cash position.
Priority two is to go after the most important latent viruses and develop first-in-class vaccines against them. We want to protect our fellow human beings from suffering from the long-term damage caused by these viruses. Too many people have the quality of their health impacted because decades before, they were infected with a latent virus. We envision a world where vaccines against all the most important latent viruses are available to all.
Priority three is to bring to market therapeutics based on mRNA-encoded proteins, like our current pipeline in oncology, cardiology, rare genetic diseases and autoimmune diseases.
Priority four is to bring to market innovative therapeutics based on mRNA-encoded gene editing enzymes.
Moderna expects to enroll approximately 34,000 participants in multiple countries
RSV is a leading cause of severe respiratory illness in older adults (65+) and young children; there is no approved vaccine to prevent RSV
RSV illness in older adults results in an estimated $3 billion in annual medical costs in the U.S. each year
NOVEMBER, 18, 2021
MODERNA ANNOUNCES POSITIVE DATA FROM PHASE 2 STUDY OF MRNA VEGF-A THERAPEUTIC IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING CORONARY ARTERY BYPASS GRAFTING SURGERY
Approval based on a comprehensive submission package including efficacy and safety data approximately six months after second dose
SPIKEVAX has received approval by regulators in more than 70 countries, including Canada, Japan, the European Union, the UK, Israel
807 million doses of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine shipped globally in 2021; approximately 25% of those doses shipped to low- and middle-income countries
Q4 2021 revenues of $7.2 billion; GAAP net-income of $4.9 billion and GAAP diluted EPS of $11.29
Full year 2021 revenues of $18.5 billion; GAAP net-income of $12.2 billion and GAAP diluted EPS of $28.29
Moderna increased its 2022 signed advance purchase agreements to approximately $19 billion, with additional signed options of approximately $3 billion; numerous discussions ongoing with governments for the fall of 2022 and 2023
Moderna received full U.S. FDA approval for COVID-19 vaccine, Spikevax
Moderna announces new bivalent booster candidate (mRNA-1273.214) combining Omicron-specific booster candidate (mRNA-1273.529) and the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine (mRNA-1273)
Company now has 44 programs in development
Moderna announces a new $3 billion share repurchase plan
Facility to manufacture drug substance with opportunity for fill/finish and packaging capabilities
Moderna investing up to $500 million to produce up to 500 million doses each year for the African continent
Moderna will invest in building mRNA capabilities in Africa
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