TetraScience is presenting at the virtual AWS Healthcare & Life Sciences event on July 9.
About AWS and the event:
AWS Healthcare and Life Sciences focuses on collaboration with healthcare providers, public health organizations, government agencies, and life sciences businesses around the globe to increase the pace of innovation, accelerate development timelines, engage with patients, and ultimately improve outcomes. The free virtual event on July 9th will focus on how healthcare and life science organizations are accelerating research, rethinking patient care, and maintaining clinical and operational continuity during this unprecedented time for the global healthcare system.
The event will begin at 12:00pm EST/9:00am PST with a Keynote Address, "Accelerating global COVID-19 response: from outbreak prediction to vaccine protection," followed by breakout sessions in Healthcare and Life Sciences.
We are excited to be a part of this event and are presenting in the Life Sciences Technology track where industry leaders will touch upon how their organizations are incorporating technology such as data lakes, AI and machine learning to accelerate research, digitize clinical trials, and advance precision medicine.
TetraScience CTO, Punya Biswal, and Vice President of Marketing, Rachel Daricek, will be giving a talk, "Unifying R&D Data in the Cloud: Making biopharma R&D data truly accessible and actionable." The presentation will center around the Digital Lab landscape and how fragmented data, and data silos, hinder biopharma and prevent actionable insights being reached quickly and efficiently. The talk will also showcase how TetraScience partners with AWS to help biopharmas leverage AWS's best-in-class technologies and will discuss a real-world case study with our partners at Biogen highlighting the platform in action.
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