Pathology

at Life Speed

An event for accelerating life sciences research
MAY 25, 2022 | 8AM LOS ANGELES | 11AM NEW YORK | 4PM LONDON

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The emergence of data-driven pathology is creating exciting new opportunities for life sciences organizations to transform image-based research at scale, and with unprecedented speed. The life sciences research and pathology community will be coming together in this virtual event to share how digital pathology technology and computational applications are rapidly transforming and advancing research and development for the benefit of everyone.

Event Agenda

KEYNOTE

The Impact of Data-Driven Pathology on Research

What kind of impact can massive amounts of new pathology data have on drug research and development? The modernization of the laboratory is allowing researchers to access data from pathology images to make important breakthroughs faster than ever before. Hear from two industry leaders as they discuss the pace of data-driven research, and how this new frontier of pathology image data will transform image-based research as we know it.

Scott Gottlieb
DR. SCOTT GOTTLIEB

Former FDA Commissioner

Christopher Molineaux
CHRISTOPHER P. MOLINEAUX

President & Chief Executive Officer, Life Sciences Pennsylvania

Breakout Sessions

Building a Broader Research Ecosystem to Better Understand Tissue

Spatial transcriptomics, computational pathology, and related disciplines involving tissue imaging are advancing the field of pathology and our collective understanding of tissue. Scientists and pathologists at Bristol Myers Squibb are at the forefront of this advancement. Find out how they are utilizing a centralized platform for pathology images, metadata, and analysis results that connects previously siloed research initiatives.

Andrew Fisher
ANDREW FISHER

Principal Scientist in the Translational Bioinformatics, Digital Pathology Group, Bristol Myers Squibb

Coleman Stavish
COLEMAN STAVISH

CTO, Proscia

Improve Research Efficiency and Data Quality with AI-powered Workflow Automation

Optimize the research process and streamline quality review with AI-powered workflow and process automation tools. Learn how Charles River Labs is able to identify commonly-occurring slide and image quality artifacts for whole slide images.

Daniel Rudmann
DR. DAN RUDMANN

Scientific Director, Digital Pathology, Charles River Labs

Nathan Buchbinder
NATHAN BUCHBINDER

Chief Product Officer, Proscia

Finding Common Ground Breaking Down Silos in Life Sciences Research

Biotech and Pharma companies are typically heavily siloed. Research teams need to build cross-functional understanding with pre-clinical, clinical, quality, and IT teams to create interoperable technology solutions and drive collaboration. Learn how to find common ground and accelerate research operations.

Aleksandra Zuraw
ALEKSANDRA ŻURAW, DVM, PHD, DACVP

Digital Pathology Place

Nathan Buchbinder
NATHAN BUCHBINDER

Chief Product Officer, Proscia

Integrate Image Analysis to Connect Data and Insights

See how Visiopharm and Proscia’s integrated image analysis solutions are incorporated across core research functions and scaled out across the organization. Reveal key insights, see new patterns, and bring new drugs to market faster.

Fabian Schneider
FABIAN SCHNEIDER

Research Product Manager, Visiopharm

Stephan Fromme
STEPHAN FROMME

Head of Business Development, Proscia

The Role of Healthcare Data in the Advancement of Precision Medicine

As oncology therapeutics shift to predictive and personalized treatments, Healthcare data has never been more important. Multi-modal data including clinical, pathology, molecular, and other episodic information contribute to predicting effective therapies unique to an individual. Making sense of this data offers a massive opportunity for Life Sciences and Biopharma to capitalize on these assets. Learn how digital pathology can be utilized across the biopharma value chain.

Alexander Sicular
ALEXANDER “SASHA” SICULAR

Sr Principal Architect, Product Manager, Google Cloud Healthcare and Life Sciences

Ross Cantor
ROSS CANTOR

VP of Data Partnerships, Proscia

PRODUCT TOUR
Concentriq

Concentriq for Research is the digital pathology platform used by leading life sciences organizations, CROs and academic institutions to unify multi-site teams, data, and applications to improve collaboration and unlock groundbreaking insights. Learn about the latest features to harmonize pathology operations across the connected enterprise.

Nathan Buchbinder
Nathan Buchbinder

Chief Product Officer, Proscia

Adaeni Hamid
EDAENI HAMID, PHD

Product Manager, Proscia

See how fast life sciences research can go with digital pathology.

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