Meet and learn from 100+ leaders in precision medicine, in a unique format designed for intelligence sharing and gathering
The Precision Data SIG is a unique, multi-topic think tank that unites 100+ senior decision-makers ('drivers') and hands-on data and technology 'implementers', from pharma, research, healthcare and tech sectors. This is not a conference, but an opportunity to engage and discuss with like-minded leaders and experts, all of whom have overcome or are facing challenges like yours. If you're looking for THE meeting that will make the biggest difference to your organization's near- and mid-term precision medicine data strategy and capabilities, you've just found it.
We'll put you in a in a room with 100+ of the sharpest minds and leaders in science (80+ are already registered, although Rosalind Franklin, unfortunately, is not one of them), from organizations like Novartis, Merck, Takeda, Biogen, Johnson & Johnson, AstraZeneca, Sanofi, AbbVie, Bayer, Pfizer, Mass Gen, Dana-Farber, Geisinger, Mayo Clinic, Harvard, BWH, Boston University, MIT, HudsonAlpha and dozens of others.
Solving the precision medicine data puzzle can be frustrating, particularly with so much at stake. Multiple pieces need to come together at once. Existing meeting attendees have identified priority topics, in the areas of Data/IT, R&D and Clinical, that are being discussed at this meeting.
The entire one-day meeting is designed to facilitate open exchange of ideas and sharing of intelligence, around near- and mid-term priorities. The agenda is designed to quickly set the context, get to know other attendees and provide opportunities for structured, fruitful discussions. So that you leave armed with actionable intelligence and a new list of useful contacts.
This meeting is the culmination of several meetings that have taken place earlier this year. When we started these meetings, we needed to be sure they were creating value for participants - above and beyond a typical conference. Find out why the SIG format is truly delivering value for attendees.
Not only does he sport the best hair in science, but he also possesses one of the very brightest and challenging minds. John Quackenbush, Professor of Biostatistics and Computational Biology at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard School of Public Health, will be giving the opening keynote address.
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