Imunon creates proprietary immunology and DNA-based technology for difficult-to-treat conditions

Our innovative DNA platforms instruct the body’s immune system to create potent responses when and where they’re needed.

Today, we’re focusing our TheraPlas® platform on ovarian cancer and validating our PlaCCine platform via the SARS-CoV-2 virus, and we envision a future where these technologies fight a range of cancers and infectious diseases. 

We are scientists, researchers, and innovators who believe in the power of immunology and DNA as the building block for health and well-being, and we’re just getting started.

View the recent launch of our new cGMP Factory facility, based in Huntsville, Alabama

Corinne Le Goff and Kursheed Anwer at ribbon cutting for new lab space

Next Generation Leadership

Imunon is led by an experienced, innovative, and capital-savvy management team with a track record of bringing products to market at global brands like Amgen, Moderna, Roche, Valentis, Novavax, and more. 

We value partnership, collaboration, and the power of science to create something bigger than ourselves. 

Our Mission

Imunon is developing new medicines that harness the building blocks of life to work in harmony with the body’s immune system.

Our Values


We Value Evidence And Innovation Over Opinion


We Are Open, Genuine And Ethical


We Are Bold And Determined To Take On Challenges


We Seek First To Understand With Honesty And Transparency


We Value The Power Of Working Together


We Pivot When Needed And We Are Decisive And Action Oriented

Passion Led Us Here

We are a team of dedicated scientists and innovators working together to overcome barriers and advance scientific discoveries. We’re in this together, and we understand that achieving our mission means a commitment to constant improvement in everything we do. 


combined years of leadership experience in the biotech industry

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key partners, including the world’s most respected research institutions


products in the pipeline with an addressable market worth $15B+ 


There are no open positions at this time.

Jeffrey Church

Jeffrey W. Church

Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Secretary

Jeffrey W. Church was appointed Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Imunon in July 2013. The appointment marked Mr. Church’s resumption of the role of Chief Financial Officer, a position he held prior to his promotion to Senior Vice President in July 2011, while also granting him responsibility for corporate investor relations. Mr. Church joined Imunon in July 2010 as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. He brings more than 30 years of experience in corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, investor relations, and SEC reporting. Prior to joining Imunon, Mr. Church held senior financial executive positions with several private and public clinical-stage life science companies, including Alba Therapeutics Corporation, Novavax, Inc., GenVec, Inc., and Meridian Medical Technologies, Inc. Mr. Church started his career in 1979 with the public accounting firm Price Waterhouse. Mr. Church holds a BS degree from the University of Maryland and received his Maryland Certified Public Accountant accreditation in 1979.

Kursheed Anwer

Khursheed Anwer, PhD, MBA

Executive Vice President and Chief Science Officer

Khursheed Anwer, PhD, MBA, assumed the title of Executive Vice President and Chief Science Officer, upon Imunon’s June 2014 acquisition of EGEN, Inc., where he was President and Chief Science Officer, a position he held since 2009. He joined EGEN, Inc. in July, 2002, as Vice President of Research and Development, and directed the company’s clinical and research and development functions throughout his tenure at EGEN, Inc. Dr. Anwer has a PhD in Physiology/Pharmacology from Ohio University and received postdoctoral training from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. Before joining EGEN, Inc., Dr. Anwer was Director of Pre-Clinical Development at Valentis, Inc. From 1993 to 1999, he served in several positions at GeneMedicine, Inc., where he led several research projects in the area of nonviral gene therapy. He has authored more than 40 publications in the area of nonviral gene therapy, resulting from his active career in research and development. Dr. Anwer has served as an adjunct faculty member in the Biology Department at the University of Alabama in Huntsville and a board member of the University of Alabama Business School, STEP.

Corinne Le Goff

Corinne Le Goff, Pharm. D., MBA

President, Chief Executive Officer and Director

Dr. Le Goff was appointed President, Chief Executive Officer and Director of Imunon and elected to the Board of Directors on July 18, 2022.   Dr. Le Goff brings decades of global healthcare leadership experience to the Company across a range of therapeutic areas including oncology, vaccines, immunology, CNS and cardio-metabolism. She brings a wealth of experience in developing and launching successful drugs from her tenure at both large, pharmaceutical companies and small, innovative biotech companies.  Prior to her Imunon appointment, Dr. Corinne Le Goff most recently served as the Chief Commercial Officer of Moderna, and was responsible for developing the global presence and capabilities necessary to ensure the global distribution of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine. She also led the development of the mRNA platform long-term commercial strategy. Dr. Le Goff joined Moderna from Amgen, where she served as President of the U.S. Business, driving the growth strategy with increased contributions from Repatha® and Aimovig®. During her nearly 6-year tenure at Amgen, she also served as Senior Vice President of Global Product Strategy & Commercial Innovation and as President of the Europe Region overseeing 48 markets. Dr. Le Goff was actively engaged with the policy community and advocates for innovative, high-quality and affordable healthcare. She represented Amgen as a member of the Healthcare Leadership Council. Prior to joining Amgen, Dr. Le Goff held a number of senior international roles at Roche, including President of Roche France, a major affiliate of the Roche Group, and Global Product Strategy Head of Neuroscience & Rare Diseases. Early in her career, Dr. Le Goff spent 11 years in various leadership roles at Sanofi and Pfizer in the United States.Dr. Le Goff earned a Doctorate in Pharmacy from Rene Descartes University in Paris and an MBA from Sorbonne University and INSEAD. She also holds qualifications from Northwestern University and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. She received the distinction of being named a Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur in 2014.