Adverum Biotechnologies Moves to New Headquarters and Expands Laboratory Space in Redwood City, CA
- New headquarters includes 80,000 square feet of office, laboratory, and manufacturing space to advance the development of Adverum’s novel gene therapies -
“We are excited to open our corporate headquarters and for our team to become part of Redwood City’s vibrant biotechnology and business community,” said
This state-of the-art facility includes two buildings, located at
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