Precision Medicine Thursdays at at Venture Café
Attendance is FREE. Registration available at the event.
Michael Kinch, PhD
Associate Vice Chancellor and Director, Center for Research Innovation in Biotechnology, Washington University in St Louis
A Prescription for Change: The Looming Crisis in Drug Development : We will discuss the past, present and future of how new medicines are discovered and developed. This talk will blend the business, science and medicine of the subject, with an eye to the future.
Rebekah Griesenauer, PhD
Fellow, Center for Research Innovation in Biotechnology, Washington University in St Louis
Leveraging public data sources to address challenges and identify opportunities in drug discovery and development: How decades of pharmaceutical research data can be leveraged to understand the past and predict the future of drug development.
On the third Thursday of every month , ICTS Precision Medicine hosts a session featuring WashU faculty working in translational genomics/precision medicine areas. Talks are typically oriented toward biotechnology, diagnostics, informatics, start-ups and precision interventions based on medical genomics innovations.