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PDA Pacific NW Dinner: Drug Discoveries thru AI

Feb 26, 2020
Seattle, WA

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Overview

Artificial intelligence, machine learning and other "deep tech" has changed the face of several industries and our daily lives. The last few years have seen an explosion of companies applying deep tech to drug discovery and development. Recursion is a leader in the digital drug discovery space, generating a massive dataset featuring images of human cellular biology. Recursion images more than 500,000 human cell cultures every week using laboratory automation and translates that dataset into leads for drug development.  Two of those leads are currently at the clinical trial stage with dozens more programs in the pre-clinical pipeline.  Tina M. Larson joined Recursion after more than 20 years in biopharma.  She will discuss what it is like to work at a tech meets biotech startup as well as give an overview of Recursion and the broader field of artificial intelligence for drug discovery.

Agenda

    • 6:00 pm - 6:30 pm Registration Begins (Food Stations and Vendor Booths open)
    • 6:30 pm - 6:45 pm Welcome
    • 6:45 pm - 7:45 pm Dinner
    • 7:45 pm - 8:30 pm Speaker Presentation, Q&A 
    • 8:30 pm - 8:45 pm Closing Remarks

Highlighted Speakers

Tina Larson
Tina Larson
Recursion Pharmaceuticals

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The Collective, Seattle

400 Dexter Ave N, 2nd Floor Classrooms
Seattle, WA

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Registration Fees

Early Registration Price
Registration Type Price by Feb. 21st
PDA Member $60
PDA Non-Member $70
Students $20

CANCELLATION POLICY: Before January 21st, cancellations and substitutions are welcomed.







Regular Registration Price
Registration Type Price on Feb. 22nd
Late (Walk-ins) $80

CANCELLATION POLICY: On January 22nd, or after, no cancellations are allowed, but substitutions are welcomed.







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